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|Date of Birth||August 15, 1901|
|Date of Death||(1980-01-31)1980-01-31|
|Place of Birth||Highclere Castle, Hampshire, England|
Evelyn Beauchamp Biography
Evelyn Beauchamp is a famous Present at opening of Tutankhamun's tomb, who was born on August 15, 1901 in Highclere Castle, Hampshire, England. According to Astrologers, Evelyn Beauchamp's zodiac sign is Leo.
Lady Evelyn Leonora Almina Beauchamp (/ˈbiːtʃəm/ BEE-chəm; née Herbert; 15 August 1901 – 31 January 1980) was the daughter of George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon. In November 1922, she, her father and the archaeologist Howard Carter were the first people in modern times to enter the tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun. She later married Sir Brograve Beauchamp and had a daughter. Lady Evelyn died in 1980, at the age of 78.
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Lady Evelyn Leonora Almina Herbert was born on 15 August 1901, the second child and only daughter of George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon and Almina Herbert, Countess of Carnarvon. Her older brother was Henry Herbert, 6th Earl of Carnarvon.
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Her childhood was spent mainly at Highclere Castle, the family's country house in Hampshire. Looked after by a nanny and a governess, she and her brother were seldom in the company of her parents. As Evelyn grew older she however became closer to her father, her brother observing that she became "the apple of my father's eye – he worshipped her and they were the closest of friends until he died. She had a great influence of good on him and healed many a breach between my father and mother which no-one else could have achieved". From 1920, she accompanied him on his annual visit to Egypt. Journeying to Egypt in January 1923, the journalist Valentine Williams noted "the tender friendship" between father and daughter that was "delightful to watch", while Howard Carter referred to Evelyn as her father's "devoted companion in all his Egyptian work".
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Lady Evelyn was launched as a debutante and presented at court in 1920, with her mother staging receptions for her, including at the British Residency in Cairo during their Egyptian stays in 1921 and 1922. It was during one of these receptions that she met her future husband, Brograve Beauchamp, the son of the Liberal MP Sir Edward Beauchamp, who continued to visit her when they both returned to England.
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Lord and Lady Carnarvon often spent the winter in Egypt, where they bought antiquities for their collection in England. In 1906 Lord Carnarvon obtained a concession to excavate sites near Luxor. From 1907, Lord Carnarvon employed Howard Carter to supervise this work including, from 1914, a systematic search of the Valley of the Kings for any tombs missed by previous expeditions, in particular that of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun. By 1922 little of significance had been found and Lord Carnarvon decided this would be the final year he would fund the work.
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