For years, The Simpsons have gained fame for their remarkable knack in foreseeing real-world occurrences, generating extensive online debates. Recently, an intriguing discovery has emerged: an ancient artifact unearthed from an Egyptian cemetery of the 20th Dynasty, dating back 3,000 years, features a portrait of a woman bearing a striking resemblance to Marge Simpson, the cherished matriarch of the iconic Simpson family.


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The Simpsons have famously predicted events like the OceanGate sub disappearance and Donald Trump's presidency, sparking many online debates. Now, in a surprising twist, they are the ones being predicted. A 3,000-year-old ancient Egyptian artefact has been found with a painting of a woman who looks just like Marge Simpson. This discovery adds a new and exciting chapter to The Simpsons' strange legacy.


Its Historical Context

The archaeological artefact was discovered in Tuna el-Gebel, el Minya, Egypt's largest known Greco-Roman necropolis. This site, dating from the New Kingdom to the Roman Period, has over 25,000 artefacts, including the Marge Simpson-like sarcophagus. The cemetery dates back to the 20th Dynasty, the last rulers of Egypt's New Kingdom Period from 1189 BCE to 1077 BCE, a time when pharaohs lost significant power to high priests.



Public Reaction and Online Discussions

This artefact has created a buzz online because The Simpsons is a beloved show enjoyed by many. Finding an ancient artefact featuring one of its main characters is incredibly bizarre and fascinating. Fans are amazed at the uncanny resemblance between the ancient painting and Marge Simpson. This unexpected connection between an ancient Egyptian artefact and modern pop culture has sparked excitement and curiosity, making people wonder about the strange coincidences that sometimes occur across time.