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   Hierarchy of Styles and Periods Facet .... Styles and Periods Facet
   Hierarchy of Styles and Periods (hierarchy name) ........ Styles and Periods (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of <styles, periods, and cultures by region> ............ <styles, periods, and cultures by region>
   Hierarchy of European ................ European
   .................... European regions
   ........................ Albanian (culture or style)
   ........................ Alpine (Alps)
   ........................ Alsatian (culture or style)
   ........................ Andorran
   ........................ Armenian (modern)
   Hierarchy of Austrian ........................ Austrian
   ............................ Carinthian
   ............................ Tyrolean [N]
   ............................ Viennese
   ........................ Austro-Hungarian
   ........................ Azorean
   ........................ Balkan
   ........................ Baltic
   ........................ Basque (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Belgian (modern) ........................ Belgian (modern)
   ............................ Walloon (culture or style) [N]
   ........................ Belorussian (culture or style)
   ........................ Bosnian (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Bosnian Herzegovinian ........................ Bosnian Herzegovinian
   ............................ Bosnian (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ Herzegovinian [N]
   ........................ Breton (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of British (modern) ........................ British (modern)
   ............................ English (culture or style)
   ............................ Jerseyan [N]
   ............................ Northern Irish [N]
   ............................ Pre-Conquest (British)
   Hierarchy of Scottish ............................ Scottish
   ............................ Welsh (culture or style)
   ........................ Bulgarian (culture or style)
   ........................ Carpathian
   ........................ Central European
   ........................ Corsican (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Croatian (culture or style) ........................ Croatian (culture or style)
   ............................ Dalmatian (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Czech (culture or style) ........................ Czech (culture or style)
   ............................ Bohemian
   ............................ Moravian (regional culture)
   ........................ Eastern European
   ........................ Estonian (culture or style)
   ........................ Faroese (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Flemish (culture or style) ........................ Flemish (culture or style)
   ............................ South Netherlandish [N]
   Hierarchy of French (culture or style) ........................ French (culture or style)
   ............................ Alsatian (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ Breton (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ Burgundian (medieval) [N]
   ............................ Corsican (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ French Guianese [N]
   ............................ Gascon (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ Languedocian (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ Lorraine [N]
   ............................ Parisian
   ............................ Provençal (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of German (culture, style, period) ........................ German (culture, style, period)
   ............................ Alsatian (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ Ancient German (period or culture)
   ............................ Bavarian (culture or style)
   ............................ East German
   ............................ Hamburger
   ............................ Hanseatic (culture)
   ............................ Hessian (culture)
   ............................ Saxon (modern)
   ............................ Swabian (culture or style)
   ............................ Thuringian (culture or style)
   ............................ Wendish
   ............................ West German
   ............................ Wilhelmine (period)
   ........................ Greek (modern)
   ........................ Greenlandic (culture or style)
   ........................ Herzegovinian
   Hierarchy of Hungarian ........................ Hungarian
   ............................ Magyar
   ........................ Iberian (culture and style)
   ........................ Irish
   Hierarchy of Italian (culture or style) ........................ Italian (culture or style)
   ............................ Abruzzese
   Hierarchy of Apulian (culture or style) ............................ Apulian (culture or style)
   ............................ Arretine (general style or culture)
   ............................ Bolognese
   ............................ Calabrian
   Hierarchy of Campanian (culture or style) ............................ Campanian (culture or style)
   ............................ Emilian (culture)
   ............................ Ferrarese
   ............................ Florentine
   ............................ Friulian (culture or style)
   ............................ Genoese
   ............................ Latian
   ............................ Lombard (modern Italian region culture)
   ............................ Lucanian (culture or style)
   ............................ Lucchese (culture)
   ............................ Mantuan
   ............................ Marchigiano
   ............................ Milanese
   ............................ Modenese
   ............................ Neapolitan (culture or style)
   ............................ Northern Italian
   ............................ Paduan
   ............................ Parmesan
   ............................ Perugian
   ............................ Piedmontese
   ............................ Pisan
   ............................ Roman (modern culture)
   Hierarchy of Sardinian (culture or style) ............................ Sardinian (culture or style)
   ............................ Sicilian (culture or style)
   ............................ Sienese
   ............................ South Italian (Italian culture or style)
   ............................ Syracusian
   ............................ Tarantine
   ............................ Torinese
   ............................ Triestan
   ............................ Tuscan (culture or style)
   ............................ Umbrian (modern)
   ............................ Venetan (culture or style)
   ............................ Veronese
   ........................ Jerseyan
   ........................ Kosovan
   ........................ Languedocian (culture or style)
   ........................ Latvian (culture or style)
   ........................ Liechtenstein
   ........................ Limburger
   ........................ Lithuanian (culture or style)
   ........................ Livonian (culture or style)
   ........................ Lorraine
   ........................ Luxembourgeois (culture or style)
   ........................ Macedonian (modern, culture or style)
   ........................ Mallorcan (culture)
   ........................ Maltese (culture or style)
   ........................ Moldovan (culture or style)
   ........................ Monégasque (culture or style)
   ........................ Montenegrin
   Hierarchy of Netherlandish ........................ Netherlandish
   ............................ Dutch (culture or style)
   ............................ Early Netherlandish [N]
   Hierarchy of Flemish (culture or style) ............................ Flemish (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ North Netherlandish
   ........................ Northern European
   ........................ Northern Irish
   ........................ Old Prussian (culture or style)
   ........................ Papal States
   ........................ Polish (culture)
   ........................ Portuguese (culture or style)
   ........................ Prussian
   ........................ Rhenish
   ........................ Romanian (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Russian (culture or style) ........................ Russian (culture or style)
   ............................ Muscovite (culture or style) [N]
   ........................ San Marinese
   Hierarchy of Sardinian (culture or style) ........................ Sardinian (culture or style) [N]
   ............................ Nuraghic (culture or style)
   ............................ Ozieri
   ........................ Savoyard
   Hierarchy of Scandinavian ........................ Scandinavian
   ............................ Danish (culture or style)
   ............................ Finnish (culture or style)
   ............................ Icelandic (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Norse (ancient) ............................ Norse (ancient)
   ............................ Norwegian (culture)
   ............................ Sami
   ............................ Swedish (culture or style)
   ........................ Serbian (culture or style)
   ........................ Serbian-Montenegrin
   ........................ Silesian
   ........................ Slovak (culture or style)
   ........................ Slovene (culture or style)
   ........................ Southern European
   ........................ South Netherlandish
   ........................ Soviet (nationality or culture) [N]
   Hierarchy of Spanish (culture or style) ........................ Spanish (culture or style)
   ............................ Andalusian
   ............................ Aragonese (culture or style)
   ............................ Castilian (culture or style)
   ............................ Catalan (culture or style)
   ............................ Galician (culture or style)
   ............................ Granadine
   ............................ Latino (Spanish-derived) [N]
   ............................ Madrilenian
   ............................ Mudéjar (culture) [N]
   ............................ Sevillian
   ............................ Spanish Islamic [N]
   ............................ Valencian (culture or style)
   Hierarchy of Swiss ........................ Swiss
   ............................ Swiss chalet style [N]
   ........................ Transylvanian (culture)
   ........................ Tyrolean
   ........................ Ukrainian (culture or style)
   ........................ Wallachian
   ........................ Western European
   ........................ Yugoslav
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