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Aethelbald did marry eventually. On his way back from Rome his father had married Judith, the thirteen-year-old daughter of the Frankish king Charles the Bald, and when his father died Aethelbald took her for his own wife. Even that didn’t satisfy the clergy, who castigated him for marrying his stepmother (she was by then an ancient 15 year-old). The marriage was annulled and the girl returned to France, where her own father, because her marriage had been deemed incestuous, sent her to a nunnery. In a rare breach of Anglo-Saxon fidelity (but not a unique one) Aethelbald was murdered by his bodyguard at Seckingham near Tamworth.

The Moirai were described as ugly, old women and sometimes lame. They were severe, inflexible and stern. Klotho carries a spindle or a roll (the book of ate), Lakhesis a staff with which she points to the horoscope on a globe, and Atropos a scroll, a wax tablet, a sundial, a pair of scales, or a cutting instrument. At other times the three were shown with staffs or sceptres, the symbols of dominion, and sometimes even with crowns. At the birth of each man they appeared spinning, measuring, and cutting the thread of life.

Annabeth runs away from her father and stepfamily at age seven and encounters Luke Castellan and Thalia Grace . They live as runaways until they are found by Grover Underwood and taken to camp. Annabeth remains attached to Luke and convinced of his goodness even after his decision to support Kronos. [4] Her attempts to bring Luke back into the fold are an important theme in the books. Annabeth is crucial to the plot of each book in the Camp Half-Blood Chronicles, in various ways. She leads quests in The Battle of the Labyrinth and The Mark of Athena . [5] She also spends some time in Tartarus with Percy and Bob the Titan during the House of Hades . At the end of the series, she and Percy plan to finish high school in New York and then attend college in New Rome. In The Hidden Oracle , Percy states that Annabeth had gone to Boston for "some family emergency"—searching for her cousin Magnus Chase . Annabeth's appearances in crossover shorts with The Kane Chronicles , and in Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard making her one of only two characters (Percy Jackson being the other character, appearing in the final Magnus Chase book, "The Ship of the Dead") that have appeared in all three of the Greco-Roman, Egyptian, and Norse mythology series by author Rick Riordan.

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