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Antico District Overlook

An aerial view of the Antico district

The Antico District (English: Old District) was one of the four districts of Rome. This district was characterized by its numerous ancient ruins, hilly landscapes and grass fields, as well as being the district with the fewest buildings, with long roads connecting the villages of the district.

During the early 16th century, the Antico district, like the Centro and Campagna districts, came under the influence of the House of Borgia and fell into disrepair. Three Borgia Towers ruled over the Antico district, each guarded by a Borgia Captain. By 1503, Ezio Auditore had burned down all of the Borgia Towers and had re-opened most of the shops. He had also re-established the Thieves Guild under the disguise of an inn, as the La Volpe Addormentata (English: The Sleeping Fox), at the request of fellow Assassin La Volpe, in order to aid him in his war against the Borgia.

Ezio also explored four Lairs of Romulus located in the district, with all of them being hidden underneath famous landmarks, such as the Colosseo, the Palazzo Laterano, the Piramide Cestia and the Terme di Traiano.

In the Antico districtEdit

La Volpe Addormentata 1

The La Volpe Addormentata

The Antico district spans the whole of the southern area of Rome and is most famous for its ruined ancient structures, after which it is named. It is also adjacent to the Centro and Campagna districts, and within it, Ezio could find:

LandmarksEdit

Colosseo Overlook

The Colosseo

TriviaEdit

  • The Antico district contained the most Lairs of Romulus.
  • A Shrunken Head, one of the rarest trade items could be found in this district.

ReferenceEdit

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