It was the same cardigan Carter wore to his first televised fireside address in February 1977.
Few remembered his message but his cardigan, it became a cultural icon.
When the broken lid of the golden sarcophagus of King Tut in his tomb was slowly lifted away from its base using an elaborate pulley system, there was an audible gasp from the crowd of dignitaries who had assembled for this very event.
What they found, underneath two sheets of linen, was a splendid coffin covered with now famous golden mask.
The tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun in the Valley of Kings was discovered by Egyptologist Howard Carter on November 4th 1922.
The mummy itself was anatomically examined only three years later, on 11th November 1925.
The autopsy by Douglas Derry, the Professor of Anatomy at the Egyptian University, was a total disaster.
Although the mummy was intact, the unguents made it stuck to the bottom of the coffin and dried it to a stony hardness.
Sara moaned in reflex as her lips were sucked hard by the black woman.
J closed her thick lips to smack on Sara’s full mouth.
She moved her head up as V had put the well-illuminating gas lamp on a wooden stool near the bed.
A plain tan cardigan hangs in the Carter Presidential Library in Atlanta, Georgia.