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Atlas of the Ancient World.

To be published later 1997, Atlas of the the Ancient World is a unique world view of early human history.

For age 12 and over this disc is a rich resource of Man's cultural origins.

54 key cultures covered - from the first human settlements to the end of the Roman era.

Navigate through time and location to unravel the complex web of relationships between different cultures around the world.

Special Schools edition planned.

Key features of Atlas of the Ancient World:
10 VR reconstructions of ancient buildings including; an Etruscan tomb, the tomb of Queen Nefertari, a house in Mohenjo Daro.
Hear reconstructions of the sounds of ancient instruments plus five instruments can be "played".
Hear contemporary accounts of life and events from ancient texts.
Navigate through time and move around the globe - interactive maps show cultural entities and locations.
Zoom and "strip" successive layers of archaeological sites with multi-layer img.
Write and decipher ancient scripts.
Animated maps cover specific sequences of events such as the Roman conquest of Gaul.
Interactive pictures - in the style of the culture.


Minimum system requirements:

PC Version:
486 or higher processor. Windows 3.1/3.11 and MS-DOS 3.3 or above. Double speed CD-ROM drive (Quad speed recommended). 256 color display (64k/16 bit color recommended). 8MB of RAM (16MB recommended). Adlib and Soundblaster compatible. Mouse.

Macintosh Version:
Performa, Centris and Quadra families. Double speed CD-ROM drive (Quad speed recommended). System 7.0 or above. 8MB of RAM (16MB recommended). "14" or larger color monitor.

PowerMac Version:
PowerMac 6100 with System 7.1.2 or above. Double speed CD-ROM drive (Quad speed recommended). 8MB of RAM (16MB recommended). "14" or larger color monitor

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