The ancient stelae are secret monoliths found in the world of Assassin's Odyssey. Each of them will allow us to gain an additional skill point. This means that it will be important to find as much of them as possible! They are hidden in the innermost parts of the tombs and it will be difficult to find them. In this guide, we will show you all the ancient stele positions of Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
How to get the skill point from the stele
To get the free skill point, all you have to do is approach the monolith and interact with it. You will receive a message telling you that you have a skill point, and your area completion counter will increase. There is also a legendary trunk in each one, which will reward you with useful items. Also look for items along the way because they are not only easy to pick up, but also very useful.
Tomb of Alkathous
The first one we found was in Alkathous' grave. The same location is in the region of Megaris, west of the town of Megara. It's at the foot of the hill where the temple is located. Once inside, go right. When you enter the dark side chamber, look at the wall across the room from the door. You'll notice a bunch of boards blocking a hole. Destroy them and go through them. You'll end up in the secret chamber. Follow the corridors and you'll reach the stele in no time.
Tomb of the First Pythia
We then search the Tomb of the First Pythia. The burial place is Phokis, in the hills west of the Sanctuary of Delphi. There's a large marble statue of a woman near the entrance, so it's hard to miss her. Once inside, head towards the brazier. Break the urns to find a hole you can walk through. Once on the other side, follow the corridor. You'll cross a room with a pointed trap and end up in another corridor. Follow it until you reach the stairs. One of the walls at the bottom of the stairs is broken: the one with the urns next to it. Break it and you'll discover the secret room with the stele.
Mycenaean Tomb of Ajax
The next one we found was in Ajax's Mycenaean tomb. It's a large funeral site on the island of Salamis in Attika (west of Athens). The tomb is located in the centre of the island, east of the small harbour. Once inside, enter the dark room next to the first one. If you light a torch, you will see a barred hole in one of the walls. Break the boards and go through the hole. You'll soon see the stele through a door that's blocked by rubble. Follow the corridor until you reach the room with the sacrophagus. Go over and through the little hole in the wall on the other side of the room. Follow the corridor again and you will end up in a room with a giant hole in the floor. Jump down and you'll end up near the stele.
Tomb of Eteokles
There is also a stele in Eteokles' tomb. This burial place is also in Attika, in the Sacred Plain of Demeter, in the north-western corner. It is on the top of a hill, guarded by two large statues. Once inside, break the planks in the dark room and follow the corridors in the secret part of the tomb. After a while, you'll end up in a room with wooden planks as dividers. Take the path to the left and move the shelf you will find at the end. Then go back to the entrance and go into the tunnel on the right. Pull out the shelf, then push it to where the first one was. Go through the small hole and you'll soon end up in the same room as the stele.
The Tomb of Pheidon is located in the area of Argolida, in the city of Argos. You will find it in the eastern part of the city, directly south of the great palace. When you enter, break the planks in the dark room: this will open a passage in the secret corridor. Follow it until you reach a chest and watch out for pointed traps. When you see the trunk, you may notice another hole blocked behind it. Break it and you will end up in the room where the ancient stele is located.
Tomb of Agamemnon
Agamemnon's tomb lies in the north of Argolis, southwest of Agamemnon's palace. The entrance is in a valley, so it may be difficult to spot. Enter, then make your way with the weapon into the room next to the atrium. Follow the tunnels until you reach a room full of pointed traps, part of which will be fenced in by a small fence. If you look to the right of the entrance, you'll see a shelf that you can move. Take it near the fence, then use it to jump. Follow the corridors again, until you're in a room with a giant hole in the floor. Around the hole you'll find the stele.
Cemetery of the Giant Heroes
This cemetery is located in the eastern part of the island of Naxos, which is south of Mykonos. The entrance is on the hills overlooking Marble Bay, in a grove of fruit trees. Enter the dark room, break the wooden panel blocking the room, then follow the corridor behind it. Once you reach a large hole in the floor, jump in and start diving. The underwater corridor will lead you into another hole, making you emerge into another part of the grave. When you move the wooden shelf, you will discover a secret room, which is where the stele will be.
Tomb of Alkaios
The tomb of Alkaios is located on the island of Paros, west of Naxos. The entrance is actually on the beach of the small adjacent island, Atoll Point. When you go inside, go down the stairs. Once you reach the statue, go through the small opening on the right. Follow the corridor to the room with the trunk in the middle, then go through the small hole on the other side. Soon you will come to a door blocked by a shelf, drag the shelf away and you will have access to the room where the stele is located.
Tomb of the forgotten hero
This tomb is on the east coast of Lakonia. It's a little south of the Zadar peninsula. Once inside, break the wooden panels and go into the secret corridor. Go right into the first room, break the vases and insert the small hole. Follow the corridor, then turn right and go through another small hole on the left. You'll end up in the room with the stele.
Tomb of Polybotte
The Tomb of Polybotte is located on the island of Kos, in the far east of the map. You'll find it in Pharmakeia Bay, in the northeast of the island. Break the wall to get into the tomb, then go down the stairs. Go through the door on the other side of the room, then slide through the small opening in the wall in front of you. Jump into the big hole in the floor and you'll end up directly in front of the stele.
Tomb of Orion
Orion's tomb lies to the east of Viotia. It's in Oropos Heights, directly east of the racetrack. The entrance is at the edge of the forest. When you go in, break the wooden barrier, then go left. Follow the corridor to the next intersection, then go left again. As soon as you enter the next room, you'll see the stele in the distance.
Tomb of Artemisio
This tomb is located on the island of Evia, south of Makedonia. You will find it in the region of Artemision Point in the northwest. The entrance is a little to the east from the northernmost point of the island. You'll have to go down the cliff to find it. Once inside, break the wooden barrier in the dark room and follow the corridor. Use the big hole in the floor to get down, then go ahead through the door. When you reach the flooded area, dive and make a right at the intersection. Keep following the tunnels and after you move the shelf, you will end up in the throne room. Go around the throne and into the next room, and you will find the stele.
Tomb of Parmenon
You will find the tomb of Parmenon on the island of Thasos, a small island in the north of the map, east of Makedonia. The entrance to the tomb is on the side of a cliff on the border between the two parts of the island. Once inside, break through the block and follow the corridor. You'll just have to go through a hole before you reach the stele.
The abandoned tomb is located on the island of Lemnos, southeast of Thasos. The entrance to the tomb is located in the southeast of the island, in the hills south of Sky Fall Lakes. Once inside, break the planks in the dark room like you usually do, then follow the corridor. When you get to the intersection, keep going, down the stairs. Turn right after the descent and pull the shelf towards you. Then go back up the stairs and turn left immediately. Jump down the hole and go through the door through the room by the stairs. Slide through the hole and follow the tunnels until you reach the stele.
The stony grave
This tomb is located on the island of Chios, in the northeast of the map. You will find the entrance on the hills on the west side of the island, in Affluence Bay. After breaking the wooden barrier, follow the corridor until you reach the moving shelves. Pull them aside to reveal a door: first the small ones, then the big ones. Go through the door and the corridor will lead you to the stele.
Destroyed House of Oinomaos
You will find the house in the province of Elis, south of Kephallonia. It's east of the area, north of the Valley of Olympia. When you find the villa, go to the side where the cliff is, and you'll find a cave. Go inside and break the wooden barrier, then follow the corridor to the stele.
Tomb of the first champion
The Tomb of the First Champion is located in the area of Elis, which is south of the starting island. It is in the northern part of the map, in the hills of Erymanthos. The entrance is in a bandit camp, even if you don't have to fight to get in, just run or make your way through the enemy. When you break the wooden barrier and go down the stairs, use the shelf to get up through the hole in the ceiling. After sliding through the small hole will feel like a dead end - break the wall to the right and the soldier. After crawling through the second small hole, keep your eyes on the wall on the right; one section is breakable, and it is after the pile of rubble. The new passage will lead you to the stele.
Tomb of Eurypylos
You will find the Tomb of Eurypylos in the Achaia region, south of Kephallonia. It is in the western part of the region, at the top of Mount Panachaikos. Once inside, simply continue following the only available route. You will have to break some wooden barriers and some vases and then move some shelves.
The Styx waterfall is located in the region of Arkadia, southeast of Attika. It is on top of the mountain to the west of the Golden Fields area. Once inside, break the axes blocking the passage, then turn right at the first intersection. Keep following the corridor and you'll end up at the stele.
Tomb of the son of Atlas
This stomba is also found in the region of Arkadia. You'll find it near the top of Mount Psophis. The only obstacle you will have to face is the wooden barrier in the second room: break through it and keep following the corridor until you meet the stele.
Tomb of Brizo
The tomb of Brizo is hidden on the island of Delos, east of Attika. The entrance is to the north, in the Sacred Lands of Artemis. As soon as you enter, break the barrier and go down the corridor. When you reach the first intersection, turn left. Jump into the hole, then go through the door on the north side. Go through the broken wall and you'll reach the stele.
Tomb of Orpheus
The Tomb of Orpheus is located on the island of Lesvos, in the northeast corner of the map. You will find the entrance on the eastern slopes of the bay which almost divides the island in two. Once you are in the tomb, you will see a large statue in the first room. Go up through the hole in the ceiling, then follow the corridor leading north. You'll come to a door blocked by shelves. Move them and pass over it. Jump through the hole in the floor and you will find the stele in the room below.