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Egypt Has Decided To Open 2,000-Year-Old Sarcophagus—And We All Know How This Ends 😱

By Vanessa Nix Anthony

Archaeologists have unearthed a 2,000-year-old sarcophagus in Alexandria, Egypt—and against all better judgment and apparently, every warning put forth by The Mummy franchise, they've decided to open up the mysterious giant black coffin, leaving people on the interwebs shooketh to the core. 

According to ScienceAlert, it's the coffin's size that really makes it stand out from other finds: 

  At 185 cm (72.8 inches) tall, 265 cm (104.3 inches) long, and 165 cm (65 inches) wide, it's the biggest ever found in Alexandria.