|Location||Ottoman Empire, Turkey|
|Famous Agents||Lisa Da Vinci|
The ninth iteration of the Warehouse was only located in the Ottoman empire until the death of Suleiman the Magnificent, a period of great cultural improvement. Although the exact location is unknown, it is likely the Warehouse was located in Constantinople (now called Istanbul), the Imperial seat of the empire. Because the Topkapi Palace still stands to this day, the Warehouse was clearly not located too closely to this area of the city. With the death of Suleiman, the empire began to suffer political and military stagnation, and despite being a prominent cultural center for hundreds of years after his death, the Regents moved the Warehouse yet again.
In "All the Time in the World", it's revealed that Paracelsus, a dangerous and insane alchemist, was the original Caretaker of Warehouse 9 before he was bronzed and erased from the files. Now, the only record of Paracelsus' Caretakership is lodged with the Keeper of the Warehouse.
In Endless Terror, after combining Theodosius of Bithynia's Sun Dial, Schwarzschild's Pocket Watch, Pierre-Simon Laplace's Telescope and H.G. Wells' Time Machine, Paracelsus traveled back in time to the era of Warehouse 9 with plans of killing the Regents of that time. Once Pete and Myka traveled back in time to Paracelsus, they met an agent of that era, Lisa Da Vinci, who helped them track him down. The three of them were able to capture and rebronze Paracelsus before he killed the Regents and changed history.
Instead of using Teslas the agents of Warehouse 9 used swords. Also, instead of using Neutraliser Goo the agents used trained giant purple swamphen to help them snag artifacts, one of which was named Isabella.
- Elephant Tusk
- After-Image Mirror (the Warehouse 9 version of the Durational Spectrometer)
- Red Fire Ball
- Mesopotamian Bronze Stele
- Philosopher's Stone
- Copper Bowls of Life and Death
- Warehouse 9 was actually the inspiration for the hideout of the Forty Thieves in the original story of Ali Baba, "behind these doors lies boundless treasure".