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Assassin’s Creed Mirage: All Lost Books Locations



Assassin's Creed Mirage - Lost Books

Assassin’s Creed Mirage has a few collectibles that players can choose to pick up throughout their adventure in the city of Baghdad. The collectibles can give players new items as a reward for returning them to a certain NPC. One of the valuable collectibles that players can collect in Mirage is the Lost Books. There are 7 Lost Books scattered around the world map of Mirage and collecting each one will reward players with a Skill Point which is a great way to get Skill Points early in the game.

In this guide, we’ll tell you the locations of all Lost Books and how to get them in Assassin’s Creed Mirage.

All Lost Books Locations in Assassin’s Creed Mirage

The Lost Books are hidden in different districts of Baghdad and if you see the overall contents of collectibles, it will show 6 Lost Books in total but in reality, there are 7 because the last one is a secret Lost Book, Kitab Al-Azif (The Book of Dead). All of the Lost Books locations and methods to get them are described below.

Lost Book# 1

  • Lost Book Name: Al-Tabari: Tafsir of Al-Tabari
  • District: Harbiyah
  • Location: Underneath Nestorian Monastery

Go to Nestorian Monastery and go beneath it from the staircase located west of Nestorian Monastery. As you reach down, there will be three different paths blocked by movable boxes. Clear the paths from the boxes to slide under an opening to get the Lost book.

Lost Book# 2

  • Lost Book Name: Kalila Wa-Dimna
  • District: Harbiyah
  • Location: West of Great Mosque

The book is placed inside the first floor of the house but the door to the house will be barred. Climb up to the second floor of the house, go inside through the window, and use the throwing knife to explode the red vase. Go back to the main door to enter the house to collect the Lost Book.

Lost Book# 3

  • Lost Book Name: Al-Kwarizmi: Al-Jabr
  • District: Abbasiyah
  • Location: West of Observatory

The book is placed on the second floor of the house west of the Observatory. You can get inside the house by breaking the boarded door with your sword attack. Pull the bookshelf blocking the path to the stairs to go upstairs to get the lost book.

Lost Book# 4

  • Lost Book Name: Al-Sikkit: Diwan Abu Nu’as
  • District: Round City
  • Location: Palace of the Green Dome

The book is placed inside a top room on the east side of the Palace of the Green Dome. This location will not be accessible until players have completed the Serpent’s Nest main quest.

Lost Book# 5

  • Lost Book Name: The Banu Musa: Book of Ingenious Devices
  • District: Karkh
  • Location: West of Sharqiyah Harbor Camp

The book is placed on the second floor of the house west of Sharqiyah Harbor Camp. Break the window of the second floor from the opposite side of the house with a throwing knife to get access to the second floor to get the lost book.

Lost Book# 6

  • Lost Book Name: Suleiman Al-Tajir: Accounts of China and India
  • District: Wilderness
  • Location: Tuesday Market

The book is located in the Restricted Area of Tuesday Market. Go up to the second floor to get the book.

Lost Book# 7

  • Lost Book Name: Kitab Al-Azif
  • District: Wilderness
  • Location: Near Seleucia-on-the-Tigris Historical Site

The book is located under the damaged floor in the swamp near the historical site. You need to throw an explosive vase onto the damaged floor to get the book.  

Kitab Al-Azif and Other Lost Books Reward

After retrieving the hidden lost Book from the swamp area near the historical site, you need to return it to Al-Jahiz at the House of Wisdom in Abbasiyah. Al-Jahiz will reward you with a Monstrous Talisman.

Return the other 6 Lost Books as well to gain a Scholar Favor Token for each Lost Book.

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