The Mark of Athena Symbols & Objects

Rick Riordan
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Argos II

The Argos II is the ship that Leo constructs to carry them by air or sea on their quests. Because he is very good with all things mechanical, the ship is loaded with 'extras'. These extra abilities by the ship save their lives more than once. The ship provides for all of their needs, especially in the galley, and with protection from attack. It's figurehead, a dragon named, Festus, is also an integral part of the cyber-intelligence of the vessel.

Athena Parthanos

The Athena Parthanos was once a colossus that stood in Athens in the temple dedicated to her. When it was ransacked by the Romans it was stolen and lost to all time. Horrified and humiliated at this desecration to her statue, Athena has continually charged each of her mortal children to avenge her. This is the statue that Annabeth goes to retrieve, not...

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