The Pythagorean Vault was a comparatively small chamber constructed by the First Civilization that was later incorporated into the Temple of Pythagoras, in Rome. It was largely hollow, save for a small pedestal located in the center of the main chamber on a raised base.
In 1506, the vault was visited by Ezio Auditore and Leonardo da Vinci during their exploration of the Pythagorean temple. Once activiated, the vault presented its two visitors with a series of number and letter codes: "43 39 19 N, 75 27 42 W". Though Leonardo thought that the sequence was meaingless, Ezio simply remarked that it was not meant for either of them.
- The numbers revealed in the Pythagorean vault are the latitude and longitude of Turin, New York, where the Grand Temple is located.
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