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Pax Romana was a virtual representation of one of Bayek's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan through the Portable Animus HR-8.

Description

Something approaching peace has been restored in the Roman province of Kyrenaika. So Bayek returns to see some of the people he helped along the way.

Dialogue

  • Bayek: I wonder how Diocles is faring?

Bayek visited Diocles in the Agora of Cyrene, finding him speaking with Simonides.

  • Diocles: I'm no actor, Simonides.
  • Simonides: And I'm no playwright, but in vino veritas (in wine there is truth), Diocles!

Bayek approached them.

  • Diocles: Bayek my friend! We were just talking about you.
  • Bayek: Should I be worried?
  • Diocles: No, no! Simonides wants me to play myself in a comedy he's written about Leander - The Laudable Triumph of the Luminaries of Cyrene.
  • Bayek: Catchy title.
  • Diocles: He'd be the first to admit it's drivel, but we're hoping a festival will restore some goodwill. To that end I have one last favor to ask...
  • Bayek: No acting required?
  • Diocles: Ha, ha, ha... Leander's villa should return back to the people, but without the deed that's impossible. The Romans won't let us search Leander's office at the Acropolis
  • Bayek: They will let me. I will find it.
  • Simonides: Bayek! Did you hear? I gave birth to an opus. It burst forth from my creative loins!
  • Bayek: You er...
  • Simonides: I wrote a play my dear fellow. Of our exploits! O' Meander, scourge of Cyrene, I Hiocles will stop your scurrilous schemes! Ha, ha, I changed the names no-one will know.
  • Bayek: My poet friend Phanos used a similar ploy in Alexandria.
  • Simonides: Ah, excellent, we poets are unified in our cleverness. Come, let us raise a cup of wine to our savior, the furious and fecund Dimonides! (not reciting) Hm... That one might be a little too much.

Bayek travelled to the Romam Akropolis and infiltrated the citadel. He travelled to the back of the Akropolis and entered a building. He found a secret hideaway.

  • Bayek: Where better to find the deed but hidden quarters?

He entered the hideaway and recovered a papyrus on a table.

  • Deed to Leander's Villa:
    The legal documents allowing Diocles to transfer the ownership of Leander's farm back to the people he stole it from.
  • Bayek: The villa papers! Diocles will be happy.

Bayek left the Akropolis and returned to Diocles.

  • Bayek: The deed is yours Diocles.
  • Diocles: The people had lost faith in us magistrates. This will restore a lot of it.
  • Bayek: You will win hearts and minds Diocles, with actions.
  • Diocles: Vitruvius is a friend of yours, yes? A visiting merchant said he saw him on the road near the citadel and he appeared to be in trouble.
  • Bayek: That architect is a good man.
  • Diocles: I've heard his public works have revitalized South Cyrenaica. I would love to meet him in person.
  • Bayek: Perhaps we can meet at the Oracle of Apollo? I will check on Vitruvius, that rare Roman dreamer.

Bayek reached the road near the citadel, searching for Vitruvius. He found him by the roadside.

  • Bayek: Vitruvius! Diocles told me you were attacked!
  • Vitruvius: On my way to the citadel. Some accursed marauders took my manuscript, my life's work, De Architecture.
  • Bayek: These are dangerous times, but I would not take bandits for scholars
  • Vitruvius: I dread to think what they'll do with it. Certainly not appreciate the function and form of the modern approach to architecture.
  • Bayek: Then I'll get it back before they use if for kindling, or worse.

Bayek travelled to the bandit hideout in the mountains. He eliminated the bandits and recovered the manuscript from one of them.

  • De Architectura: I dedicate this great work to the goddess Roma. In it, I Vitruvius will discuss the tenets of architecture. Architecture has three branches; building, dialing and mechanics. Building is divided into two parts. The first regulates the general plan of a city and its public buildings; the other relates to private buildings. Public buildings are for defense, religion and security of the public. Buildings for defense shelter the city's inhabitants against the attacks of an enemy.
  • Bayek: Vitruvius' book, saved for posterity. Knowledge in the wrong hands is a sad waste.

Bayek left the hideout and returned to Vitruvius at the aqueduct.

  • Vitruvius: You found it? Praise Jupiter!
  • Bayek: They were sad to lose it.
  • Vitruvius: (laughs) I'm sure they had already started using it to improve their rattrap! Thank you my friend, I will dedicate a chapter to you.
  • Bayek: I am honored. Actually my friend Diocles is very interested in reading it. I said we would meet him at the Oracle Shrine.
  • Vitruvius: A capital idea!
  • Bayek: I have someone I need to see and I will join you.

Vitruvius made his way to the Oracle.

  • Bayek: I should go and see Praxilla. Because she should be at this meeting of the great minds of Cyrene.

Bayek travelled to Praxilla's clinic in Balagrae.

  • Praxilla: Bayek! I heard what happened in Cyrene.
  • Bayek: It is done and my son Khemu is at peace.
  • Praxilla: Bayek, I did not think I would see you again! But I heard, Flavius is no more.
  • Bayek: It was a day I had long wished for. But how has it been in Balagrae?
  • Praxilla: Romans are co-operating more now that Melitta is gone.
  • Bayek: We will see about that. And your friend Crios?
  • Praxilla: I am teaching him the healing arts. But I sent him out a day ago to the east hills to gather herbs and he's not returned. I was just about to go look for him.
  • Bayek: I will find him, if you go to the Oracle Shrine? There is a friend there who would like to see you.
  • Praxilla: Is it... no I will not dare to hope.
  • Bayek: I will join you when I find Crios.

Praxilla made her way to the Oracle Shrine. Bayek travelled east of the clinic, looking for Crios. He found him standing on a cliff, surrounded by lions. Bayek eliminated the lions and climbed up the hill to speak to Crios.

  • Crios: You! You saved me before. I thought you were a dream! You are a friend of Praxilla's!
  • Bayek: You are making a habit of getting into trouble.
  • Crios: (laughs) Yes, the plant reveals what is in the seed... I will take more care in future. Thank you, protector.

Bayek travelled to the Oracle of Apollo, where he found Diocles, Praxilla and Vitruvius already chatting.

  • Vitruvius: Yes, yes Diocles, I understand your argument, but function should not be the only consideration. What of perfection of form, beauty for beauty's sake? It is obvious you appreciate that in other spheres, eh, Praxilla?
  • Praxilla: You are making him blush, Vitruvius.

Bayek approached them.

  • Diocles: You have brought us all together, Bayek.
  • Vitruvius: Cyrene's Triumvirate! Heralds of a new peace for this outpost of Rome.
  • Praxilla: Each thinks his own horizon is the limit of the worlds, but through you we found a greater purpose...
  • Diocles: And Praxilla and I are to be married.
  • Praxilla: Diocles! I have not said yes yet.
  • Vitruvius: If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need. But, now a toast!
  • Praxilla: To Bayek and Cyrene!
  • Diocles: To peace and order.
  • Bayek: To love and weddings.
  • Vitruvius: (Go in Peace), Cyrenaica.

Diocles and Praxilla went to a corner.

  • Praxilla: So you will come back to Balagrae, with me?
  • Diocles: If that is where you want to build our home.
  • Praxilla: You could do a lot of good there.
  • Diocles: You already have, dearheart.

Outcome

Bayek helped Diocles, Praxilla and Vitruvius with various errands, setting up a meeting atop the Oracle of Apollo.

References

Assassin's Creed: Origins memories
Main Quests
The Heron Assassination - Homecoming - The Oasis - The False Oracle - May Amun Walk Beside You - Aya - Gennadios the Phylakitai - End of the Snake - Egypt's Medjay - The Scarab's Sting - The Scarab's Lies - Pompeius Magnus - The Hyena - The Lizard's Mask - The Lizard's Face - The Crocodile's Scales - The Crocodile's Jaws - Way of the Gabiniani - Aya: Blade of the Goddess - The Battle of the Nile - The Aftermath - The Final Weighing - Last of the Medjay - Fall of an Empire, Rise of Another - Birth of the Creed
Side Quests
Special Side Quests
A Gift from the Gods - Incoming Threat - Here Comes a New Challenger - Phylakes' Prey - Lights Among the Dunes - Secrets of the First Pyramids
Siwa Side Quests
Gear Up - Family Reunion - Water Rats - Hideaway - Striking the Anvil - The Healer - Prisoners in the Temple - Bayek's Promise
Lake Mareotis Side Quests
Hidden Tax - The Book of the Dead - Ambush in the Temple - Ulterior Votive - Lady of Slaughter - Birthright - Taste of her Sting
Alexandria Side Quests
The Accidental Philosopher - The Last Bodyguard - Higher Education - Serapis Unites - A Tithe By Any Other Name - The Shifty Scribe - The Odyssey - Wrath of the Poets - Symposiasts - Phylakitai in the Eye - Cat's Cradle
Kanopos Side Quests
Old Times - Wild Ride - Blue Hooligans - The Weasel - The Hungry River
Sap-Meh Nome Side Quests
In Protest - Thick Skin - Fair Trade
Sapi-Res Nome Side Quests
Conflicts of Interest - Smoke Over Water - All Eyes on Us - Lost Happiness - Abuse of Power - The Tax Master - The Ostrich - New Kid in Town - Worker's Lament - The Old Library
Giza Side Quests
Precious Bonds - What's Yours Is Mine - A Gift from the Gods
Memphis Side Quests
A Dream of Ashes - Blood in the Water - Odor Most Foul - Children of the Streets - Taimhotep's Song - The Baker's Dilemma - Mortem Romanum
Saqqara Nome Side Quests
Rites of Anubis - First Blood - When Night Falls - A Rebel Alliance
Faiyum Side Quests
Murder in the Temple - Feeding Faiyum - Curse of Wadjet - Rebel Strike - The Bride - Sobek's Gold - Forging Siwa - The Sickness - Fires of Dionysias - Demons in the Desert
Faiyum Oasis Side Quests
The Champion - The Man Beast - Sobek's Tears - The Jaws of Sobek - Bad Faith - Shadya's Rest - Fighting for Faiyum
Herakleion Nome Side Quests
Recon Work - Loose Cargo - Reunion - Predator to Prey
Uab Nome Side Quests
Seven Farmers
Atef-Pehu Nome Side Quests
The Matriarch
Green Mountains Side Quests
Unseeing Eyes - One Bad Apple - The Good Roman - Playing with Fire - Taking Liberty - Halo of the Huntress - Carpe Diem - Shadows of Apollo
Marmarica Side Quests
His Secret Service
Kyrenaika Side Quests
The Flea of Cyrene - The Lure of Glory - The Mousetrap - Founding Father - Pax Romana - Cat and Mouse - Absolute Power - Are You Not Entertained? - The Smugglers of Cyrene - Dead in the Water - My Brother for a Horse - Here Comes a New Challenger
Isolated Desert Side Quests
Plight of the Rebels
Event Quests
Antique Trafficking - Control Nuisance - Lost and Found - Missing Worker - Stolen Goods
Tombs and Ancient Mechanisms
Adorer of Thoth Tomb - Golden Tomb - Mountain of the Dead - Nomarch's Tomb - Seth-Anat Tomb - Tomb of Amenemhat III - Tomb of Djoser - Tomb of Khafre - Tomb of Khufu - Tomb of Menkaure - Tomb of Smenkhkare - Tomb of Sneferu - Tomb of the Cynic - Tomb of the Nomads - Great Sphinx
Stone Circles
Amun - Apis - Divine Lion - Goat Fish - The Great Twins - Hathor - Horus - Osiris - Pisces - The Scales - Serqet - Tawaret - The Planetarium
Papyrus Puzzles
A Long Drink - Burning Bush - Dead or Alive - Dead End - Deafening Silence - Divided Valley - Fallen Friend - Fertile Land - Forsaken City - In Plain Sight - Just Laws - Nature's Way - Ray of Hope - Royal Flora - Sea of Sand - Sobek's Rage - Stone Fungus - The Blasphemer - The Leaning Tower - The Stone Gaze - Thoth's Secret - Twin Despair - Underground Currents - Undue Haste - Wet Work - Mysterious Papyrus
DLC
Ambush At Sea - Secrets of the First Pyramids
The Hidden Ones
Main Quests
The Hidden Ones - The Land of Turquoise - Where the Slaves Die - The Walls of the Ruler - The Setting Sun - No Chains Too Thick - Sic Semper Tyrannis - The Greater Good
Side Quests
Klysma Nome Side Quests
Rise of Shaqilat - Howls of the Dead - The Ballad of Si-Mut and Gertha - The Killer Shadow - Shadows of the Scarab
Madiama Nome Side Quests
Respect Thy Brother
Arsinoe Nome Side Quests
Shards from a Star
Stone Circles
Ankh - Sobek
Papyrus Puzzles
Tool of Apis - Good Things to Come - Lost Cause - Stealthy Shrub
The Curse of the Pharaohs
Main Quests
The Curse of the Pharaohs - No Honor Amongst Thebes - The Lady of Grace - Cleansing Rite - Something Rotten - Soured Libations - Aten Rising - The Heretic - Blood in the Water - The King of Kings - A Pharaoh's Shadow - A Pharaoh's Heart and Name - A Pharaoh's Hemset - A Pharaoh's Ka
Side Quests
Thebes Side Quests
The Theban Triad - Master of the Secret Things - Perchance to Dream
Theban Necropolis Side Quests
Burnt Offerings - A Sister's Vow - Idol Hands - Drowned Tools - A Motherless Child - Unfair Trade
Thebes Nome Side Quests
Crocodile Tears - National Treasures
Yebu Nome Side Quests
Losers Weepers - Fish Out Of Water - Laid to Rest
Aaru Side Quests
Love or Duty
Aten Side Quests
Gods or Creed - The Cat - The Ibis - The Hawk
Heb Sed Side Quests
Follower or Leader
Duat Side Quests
Shield or Blade - A Necessary Evil - Khepri's Amulet - The God's Spark
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