'Wisdom's Daughter Walks Alone,

The Mark of Athena Burns through Rome'

What Does it mean?

This will keep us wandering until the very end... of the next book.

What I think:

I don't necessarily think this is Annabeth. Prophecies (and books) usually do that to you. We know it's the Mark of Athena, but don't know for sure who the child of wisdom is. Now I don't think "Rome" even means "Rome" either. I know I'm wrong on one of these, not sure which, but who agrees? Share you're thoughts and critisms. Please, I might change my idea.

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