Appear in: End of Ages
These bahroglyphs are located in the volcano near the cleft, where the player is sent by Yeesha and meets Esher. The 11 glyphs also appear on the covers of Yeesha's journey journals and in essence recap the story of the Myst saga. In Myst V End of Ages Lost Chapters, the glyphs are reproduced (where they are referred to as pictoglyphs) with a caption and sometimes a comment (reproduced in italics below). In order they are:
End of Book of Atrus (on lefthand side)
Atrus, Catherine, Anna, Sirrus, Achenar (as young boys) on early Myst Island (no structures) Note the symbols used for each person - Atrus has a book symbol, Catherinewhat appears to be an eye symbol, Sirrus a circle on his chest and Achenar an oblong.
Before Myst (on righthand side)
Atrus, Catherine, Sirrus, Achenar (older) on Myst Island with structures
End of Riven
Atrus, Catherine on Riven (near the linking cage and Fissure
Book of D'ni
Atrus, Catherine and D'ni beginning the restoration of D'ni
Atrus, Catherine, Yeesha (baby) in Tomahna
Atrus, Catherine, Yeesha (young girl), Sirrus, Achenar in Tomahna
Yeesha (older) alone in the Cleft
Yeesha in D'ni with the Writer The Writer is most likely Calum, whom she identifies in her journals and in her imager recordings.
Yeesha meets Bahro
Yeesha sees and meets the Bahro for the first time
People are in D'ni along with some DRCcones.
Yeesha and others
The 11th glyph, which according to Lost Chapters is the Yeesha and Others glyph is actually a different, albeit similar glyph to the 11th glyph found in the volcano and on the cover of Journal 12 of Yeesha's personal journals (in a simplified form). It is on the rock directly opposite the beginning of the ladder and is somewhat faded. There are two figures besides Yeesha, one of whom I think is supposed to be Esher. In the LC glyph, this figure is on the bottom left-hand corner. In the actual glyph, he's over on the right-hand side. The figure on the bottom right-hand side of the LC can just be made out on the very bottom right-hand side of the actual glyph.
Throughout these glyphs, certain symbols recur: Yeesha is always identified with her name in a D'ni mandala (as in the Uru bahroglyphs). The Bahro numbering system appears, as do arcs in different forms: sometimes a line of dots, sometimes as blue stripes, other times as a series of nested arcs; also lizards, birds and book symbols.