Ancient Greek Sculpture LaptopJ. Paul Getty Museum

The internet loves a good conspiracy theory.

In 2014, YouTuber and internet skeptic StillSpeakingOut posted a video entitled "Ancient Greek sculpture depicting a.... laptop???." In it, StillSpeakingOut analyzes a piece of ancient piece of Greek art currently on display in the Getty Museum in California. The video has recently resurfaced thanks to this story from the Daily Mail

The piece, "Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant," is a marble carving created in 100 B.C. and features a woman lounging on a chair while reaching toward "the lid of a shallow chest held by a servant girl," the piece's description on the Getty website explains

But for StillSpeakingOut, the "shallow chest" looks suspiciously like a piece of modern technology: a laptop.

Check it out. 

Screen Shot 2016 02 05 at 8.15.01 AMJ. Paul Getty Museum

StillSpeakingOut goes so far as to note that the two holes on the side of the chest could be power ports. 

Here's a closer look. 

Angient Greek Laptop power ports conspiracyJ. Paul Getty Museum

Of course, that just one anonymous guy on the internet's theory. It's more likely that the object is a chest, as the museum suggests, or a wax writing tablet, which were are also common in art from this time period.

Then again, there's also this highly plausible theory about it being a pizza box, kindly provided by one of the commenter's on the original video. 

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