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Version: 1.0
Size: 3900KB
OS: Win 95/98/NT/XP
Description:   45 Vibrant Egyptian tomb scenes including Tutankhamun, Ankhenaten, Nefertiti. The tombs may crumble with age, but these scenes will be immortal on your desktop. This screensaver will display the beauty of ancient Egypt every day.

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