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Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)

Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Pliny the Younger: Epistulae VII.27 (The Haunted House)
Product Description
In this letter, Pliny the Younger asks his friend Sura whether or not he believes in ghosts. Pliny recounts several incidences which make him inclined to believe that they are indeed real. The most famous is the story of a haunted house in Athens.

The Latin text for the excerpt concerning the haunted house is provided along with vocabulary and grammar notes. Each page is self-contained and includes the Latin text, grammatical notes, and a full vocabulary that only presents the definitions needed for that page.

I have included an English translation for the remaining parts of the letter which recount several other supernatural occurrences.

This bundle comes with teacher and student editions in both pdf and Word formats so teachers can customize the notes for their own students' needs.

The Teacher's Edition includes a literal translation for the haunted house excerpt.

This selection is most appropriate for students at the intermediate level and above.
Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
2 days
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