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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Agents Facet .... Agents Facet
   Hierarchy of People (hierarchy name) ........ People (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of people (agents) ............ people (agents)
   Hierarchy of <people by occupation> ................ <people by occupation>
   .................... <people in crafts and trades>
   Hierarchy of craftsmen ........................ craftsmen
   ............................ toltecah
   Hierarchy of <people in crafts and trades by activity> ........................ <people in crafts and trades by activity>
   Hierarchy of carvers (people in crafts) ............................ carvers (people in crafts)
   Hierarchy of casters (people) ............................ casters (people)
   ............................ dowsers
   Hierarchy of engravers (incisers) ............................ engravers (incisers)
   Hierarchy of founders (craftsmen) ............................ founders (craftsmen)
   ............................ foundrymen
   ............................ framemakers
   ............................ grinders (craftsmen)
   ............................ loftsmen
   ............................ machinists
   Hierarchy of mechanics (people) ............................ mechanics (people)
   ............................ millers (people)
   ............................ molders
   Hierarchy of <people in the printing industry> ............................ <people in the printing industry>
   ............................ restorers
   ............................ riggers (people)
   Hierarchy of scribes (people) ............................ scribes (people)
   ............................ setters-out
   ............................ stokers (furnace workers)
   ............................ taxidermists
   ............................ turners
   Hierarchy of <people in crafts and trades by material> ........................ <people in crafts and trades by material>
   ............................ beadworkers
   Hierarchy of ceramicists ............................ ceramicists
   Hierarchy of enamelers ............................ enamelers
   Hierarchy of feather workers ............................ feather workers
   Hierarchy of gilders ............................ gilders
   Hierarchy of glassworkers ............................ glassworkers
   ............................ glazers (applying glaze)
   ............................ horn workers
   ............................ inlayers
   Hierarchy of lacquerers ............................ lacquerers
   Hierarchy of lapidaries (people) ............................ lapidaries (people)
   Hierarchy of leatherworkers ............................ leatherworkers
   ............................ marble workers
   Hierarchy of metalworkers ............................ metalworkers
   ............................ niellists
   Hierarchy of painters (tradespeople) ............................ painters (tradespeople)
   Hierarchy of papermakers ............................ papermakers
   Hierarchy of plasterers ............................ plasterers [N]
   Hierarchy of plasterwork artists ............................ plasterwork artists
   ............................ porcelain makers
   ............................ quillworkers
   ............................ scrimshanders (people)
   ............................ stainers
   Hierarchy of textile workers ............................ textile workers
   Hierarchy of veneerers ............................ veneerers
   Hierarchy of woodworkers ............................ woodworkers
   Hierarchy of <people in crafts and trades by product> ........................ <people in crafts and trades by product>
   ............................ artists' colormen
   ............................ barometer makers
   ............................ basket makers (craftsmen)
   ............................ blockcutters
   ............................ bowyers
   ............................ brewers
   ............................ brickmakers
   ............................ broommakers
   ............................ brushmakers
   ............................ butchers
   ............................ carpet makers
   ............................ chandlers
   ............................ clockmakers
   ............................ coach makers
   ............................ coin engravers [N]
   ............................ confectioners (candymakers)
   Hierarchy of cooks ............................ cooks
   ............................ coopers
   ............................ cutlers
   Hierarchy of die makers (numismatics) ............................ die makers (numismatics)
   ............................ distillers
   ............................ dollhouse makers
   Hierarchy of dollmakers ............................ dollmakers
   ............................ fan makers
   ............................ feltmakers
   ............................ flower makers
   Hierarchy of furniture workers ............................ furniture workers
   ............................ glovers (people)
   Hierarchy of gunsmiths ............................ gunsmiths
   ............................ harpsichord makers
   ............................ instrument makers
   Hierarchy of jewelers (people in crafts) ............................ jewelers (people in crafts)
   ............................ lamp makers
   Hierarchy of luthiers ............................ luthiers
   ............................ mirror makers
   Hierarchy of modelers ............................ modelers
   ............................ model makers
   ............................ musical instrument makers
   ............................ music box makers
   ............................ opticians
   ............................ organ builders
   ............................ panel makers
   ............................ part makers
   ............................ patternmakers
   ............................ puppet makers
   ............................ retablistas
   ............................ rope-makers
   ............................ saddlers
   ............................ sailmakers
   ............................ scientific instrument makers
   ............................ sealmakers
   ............................ shoemakers
   ............................ sign painters
   ............................ stair builders
   ............................ sundial makers
   ............................ swordsmiths
   ............................ tile makers
   Hierarchy of toolmakers ............................ toolmakers
   ............................ toymakers
   ............................ vintners
   ............................ wagon makers
   ............................ watchmakers
   ............................ weapons makers [N]
   ............................ wheelwrights
   ............................ wigmakers
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