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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Components (hierarchy name) ........ Components (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of components (objects parts) ............ components (objects parts)
   Hierarchy of <components by specific context> ................ <components by specific context>
   Hierarchy of architectural elements .................... architectural elements
   Hierarchy of <architectural elements by building type> ........................ <architectural elements by building type>
   ............................ fortification elements
   Hierarchy of baileys ................................ baileys
   .................................... inner baileys
   .................................... outer baileys
   Hierarchy of <bastions and bastion components> ................................ <bastions and bastion components>
   .................................... bastions
   Hierarchy of bastion components .................................... bastion components
   Hierarchy of batteries (platforms) ................................ batteries (platforms)
   .................................... flank batteries
   .................................... indented batteries
   Hierarchy of casemates ................................ casemates
   .................................... traditor casemates
   ................................ cavaliers (fortification elements)
   ................................ chevaux de frise
   ................................ cunettes
   Hierarchy of <defensive walls and defensive wall components> ................................ <defensive walls and defensive wall components>
   Hierarchy of defensive walls .................................... defensive walls
   Hierarchy of defensive wall components .................................... defensive wall components
   Hierarchy of fortification openings ................................ fortification openings
   .................................... loopholes
   .................................... sally ports
   ................................ inundation sluices
   Hierarchy of keeps ................................ keeps
   .................................... shell keeps
   ................................ mottes
   Hierarchy of outworks ................................ outworks
   .................................... barbicans
   .................................... caponiers
   .................................... countermines
   .................................... counterscarps
   .................................... covered ways (fortification elements)
   .................................... demi-lunes (outworks)
   .................................... fl├Ęches (fortification elements)
   Hierarchy of fosses .................................... fosses [N]
   .................................... glacis
   .................................... hornworks
   Hierarchy of moats .................................... moats [N]
   .................................... palisades (outworks)
   Hierarchy of ravelins .................................... ravelins
   .................................... scarps (fortification elements)
   ................................ ravelin ditches
   ................................ tenshu
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