The olm, or proteus, is found only in the underground lakes of Carniola and one or two other parts of Central Europe.
Madonna was also accompanied by the bishops of Carniola, Venosa, and Orte.
Off in the morning, the party journeyed through the southeastern portion of Carniola, so rich in mountains and minerals.
He held the duchies of Carniola and Friuli, as well as the marquisate of Istria.
He added Austria, Styria and Carniola to his dominions by conquest.
This herbaceous perennial is a very old flower in this country; it came from Carniola in the year 1594.
A perry pear common to lower Styria, Carniola, and the maritime regions of Austria.
This perry pear is a native of Carniola and probably gets its name from the city of Laibach in that region.
A fusible, inflammable substance, found associated with the native cinnabar of the mines of Idria, in Carniola.
One has also been figured by Dr. Šmid as having been found in Carniola, though its discovery is not described in the text.