See correspondence, 1874-1878, ed. by C. W. de Kiewiet (1955).
Carnarvon and Caernarvon are anglicised forms of the name of the Welsh town Caernarfon. The anglicised spellings have become largely obsolete in Wales since the 1970s, but persist elsewhere. The name may also refer to:
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Wonderful things': interview with the countess of Carnarvon: celebrated as the joint discoverer of Tutankhamun's tomb, the 5th Earl of Carnarvon collected Egyptian antiquities for his country house, Highclere in Hampshire. Lady Carnarvon talks to Michael Hall about the house's new museum, created to tell the 5th Earl's story.(Hampshire, England)(Interview)
Feb 01, 2009; [FIGURE 1 OMITTED] On a freezing January. morning, the towers Of Highclere Castle rise out of a heavy mist that swathes its park....