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ZOOM Exploring Ancient Cities

The PC version of this product is included in Ancient Civilizations

Sumeria

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Petra, Teotihuacan, Pompeii, and Bronze Age Palaces of Crete

Sumeria, the San Francisco-based multimedia publisher, has teamed up with Scientific American magazine to produce Exploring Ancient Cities, an interactive CD-ROM-based exploration of four ancient civilizations. All of the pictures, text, and movies in this CD-ROM can be easily exported and reused for noncommercial applications. Stories originally appearing in Scientific American are brought to life with design, imagery, video, music, and narration from Sumeria - allowing the reader to wander through each of these sites. Featuring the narration of Academy Award winner Rod McKuen and music of Academy Award winner John Lewis.

Exploring Ancient Cities provides full coverage of four unique cities. Explore hundreds of photos on subjects like Minoan writings, Teotihuacan murals, Pompeian frescoes, and Nabataean tomb architecture.

The CD contains all new photography and video of the excavation sites for four ancient civilizations. You can explore each site as you read the original articles from Scientific American magazine.

Interactive geographic and city maps offer the chance to roam the streets of Teotihuacan, the houses of Pompeii, the craggy hills of Petra, and the coastal palaces of Crete.

Pick your favorite picture or movies, and save them on your own computer with two mouse clicks.

Requirements:

IBM-compatible - CPU with 33MHz 486 processor, 8MB of RAM, DOS 5.0, Windows 3.1, VGA+ display (256 colors or better at 640x480 resolution), sound card, CD-ROM drive (double-speed recommended).



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