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You will only find the latest kernel in the updates repository and the original release kernel in the fedora repository. That is the same as for all other fedora packages.

You can find older kernels here. Select the version you need and you will find the individual rpm files, Once downloaded, the rpm packages can be installed using rpm install specifying the file path names of the rpm files.

In what way does dnf --showduplicates list kernel not work?