Ancient Mummy Found in Egypt Resembles Beloved TV Character

People on social media have noticed that the image of a recently discovered Egyptian mummy’s coffin resembles the iconic cartoon character Marge Simpson from “The Simpsons.”

Archaeologists in Minya found coffins in a cemetery that dates back 3,500 years in 2023, according to a news release from The Archaeologist, which was published in June of this year. According to the announcement, the coffins are thought to be those of high-ranking officials and priests from the New Kingdom, which existed between 1550 BC and 1069 BC.

The marks on one of the coffins were photographed during the dig, and shocked onlookers saw how similar the “unreal” pictures were to the blue-haired mom in the popular Fox cartoon.

The pictures published included a strapless lime-green dress and a big blue rectangular crown on a woman’s head.

Marge obviously doesn’t wear a crown, but she does have tall, blue rectangular hair, the figure on the coffin, yellow skin, and similar clothing.

Hieroglyphics, including the name of the “deceased, titles, and religious text,” were found on both sides of the tomb design, and smaller drawings of people kneeling in the same lime-green attire appeared to pay tribute to the giant figurine.

Reddit users immediately noticed the unsettling resemblance between the more prominent figure’s depiction and the “Simpsons” character.

“Marge?” someone asked.

“Unreal” was another commenter’s.

“Egypt predicted Simpsons,” another one wrote.

Someone even suggested that Matt Groening, the man behind the long-running series, was a time traveler.

“The Simpsons” has a history of accurately predicting future events, including the COVID epidemic, the Titanic submarine catastrophe, Apple Vision Pro, FaceTime, and other related technologies.

An article titled “20 Times ‘The Simpsons’ Predicted the Future” was published in Entertainment Weekly not long ago. The post covered the record-breaking 35 seasons of the program.