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画廊(the Painting Gallery)用于收藏和展示埃齐奥·奥迪托雷购买的画作。第一间画廊开设在奥迪托雷别墅,随后一间则建在台伯岛总部。






However, the paintings were either destroyed or stolen by the Borgia following the siege of Monteriggioni in 1500.[2][3]

Thanks to his friendship with the artist Leonardo da Vinci, Ezio Auditore was also able to gather a large number of his works, including the Annunciation, Lady with an Ermine, and the Portrait of a Musician.[2]


ACB Painting Gallery

The painting gallery in the Tiber Island headquarters

After having obtained an old storeroom on Tiber Island from Fabio Orsini, the Assassin Order re-decorated a room to house a painting gallery.[3]

Ezio once again gathered paintings, sold by art merchants throughout Rome - all of which were the works of Raphael. Additionally, portraits of primary assassination targets were displayed in the same gallery.[3]


  • Several paintings which Ezio could buy both before and after settling to Rome were historically created at a later time. For example, Antonio Allegri da Correggio's Jupiter and Io was painted in 1530 but was acquirable by Ezio before 1500.
    • During the restored memory A Roll of the Dice, Salaì revealed to Ezio that only two works among the six by Leonardo were burnt during the fall of Monteriggioni (2 January 1500): Leda and Saint John the Baptist. Historically, these two works were painted between 1505 and 1516.
      • At the end of The Temple of Pythagoras, Leonardo told Ezio that he meant to repaint the Saint John lost in the Villa fire. Thus it is possible that the two paintings historically created between 1505 and 1516 were both copies of the lost originals.