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This is a list of all of the Antiquities that are found on Eyevea. Eyevea can only be accessed via portals found in certain Mages Guild Guildhalls after completing the Mages Guild questline.

ON-icon-stolen-Trinkets.png Name Yellowed Grummite Pearl Value 250
Amalien
Ha! Do you know what this is? It's no treasure from a clam, I can tell you that. This is a genuine grummite pearl! According to Divayth Fyr's tome of oddities, these creatures lurk in bogs all over Sheogorath's realm, the Shivering Isles.
Gabrielle Benele
The works of Divayth Fyr aren't exactly the most reliable books on the subject, Amalien. Even so, this doesn't resemble any pearl I've seen before. Was it always this yellow? Is that a unique property of grummite pearls?
Ugron gro-Thumog
I read about some mage from High Rock who tried to transport grummites to Tamriel so he could harvest them for pearls. Locals razed his tower to the ground, with him inside. Good thing too. Can you imagine creatures like that making it into our waterways?
Type Treasure
Difficulty Simple
‎‎Lead
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ON-icon-stolen-Dice.png Name Sheogorath Madness Cube Value 1,000
Ugron gro-Thumog
Even a paradise holds danger--especially one that once resided in a Daedric realm. Notice the six equal sides, each marked with a different symbol. Disturbing, yes? And don't roll it! That way lies madness. Literally. We should lock this away immediately.
Amalien
A Sheogorath relic? Maybe, but it may relate to the Altmer. This could be a meditation hexahedron. They considered the numbers 3, 5, and 8 to be sacred. Hmm. In retrospect, they used meditation octagons. Very well. A Madness Cube it is.
Reginus Buca
You and your fancies. This is made of bone. From a sea animal. And the age places it in the First Era, when the Altmer ruled the island. It's a chance cube, used in the ancient Altmer practice of creating stories in a group. Harmless, but entertaining.
Type Treasure
Difficulty Intermediate
‎‎Lead
ON-icon-stolen-Dwemer Puzzle Cube.png Name Inert Daedric Spellstone Value 5,000
Gabrielle Benele
I've read about objects like this, but I've never actually seen one. The great mage, Shalidor, apparently traveled to several planes of Oblivion, gathering crystals from at least five different realms. Using an exceedingly dangerous transmutation spell, he managed to merge these crystals into an alloyed spell-focus like this. Centuries of neglect have left this one inert, but you're not likely to find a denser agglomeration of Padomaic matter.
Type Treasure
Difficulty Advanced
‎‎Lead
ON-icon-style material-Culanda Lacquer.png Name Sticky Integument Leather Value N/A
Reginus Buca
Do you think this was made out of Sload themselves? I think it could be harvested without killing the creature, but I imagine it would painful. Like flaying.
Amalien
Perhaps they shed the stuff! Many seaborn creatures shed their skins to grow, right? Crabs and that sort of thing. I can almost imagine some pink, smelly thing climbing out of a leathery shell!
Verita Numida
Thank you for that vivid description, Amalien. Yes, it may well be a natural waste product. Or perhaps harvested from their young. What little scholarship exists on the subject implies that the Sload do not treat their children well.
Type Mythic Item Fragment (Thrassian Stranglers)
Difficulty Master
‎‎Lead