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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Visual and Verbal Communication (hierarchy name) ........ Visual and Verbal Communication (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of Visual Works (hierarchy name) ............ Visual Works (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of visual works (works) ................ visual works (works)
   Hierarchy of <visual works by material or technique> .................... <visual works by material or technique>
   ........................ sculpture (visual works)
   Hierarchy of <sculpture by form> ............................ <sculpture by form>
   ................................ bisj
   ................................ book objects
   ................................ elbow stones
   ................................ ëlëkël
   ................................ environments (sculpture)
   ................................ god sticks
   ................................ kebe-kebe (sculpture)
   ................................ maskettes
   ................................ mboko (sculpture)
   ................................ mobiles
   ................................ monumental sculpture
   ................................ plaquettes (sculptures)
   Hierarchy of quadrifrons ................................ quadrifrons [N]
   ................................ scatter pieces
   ................................ sculpture groups
   ................................ small sculpture
   ................................ stabile
   ................................ stone collars
   ................................ tableaux (sculpture)
   ................................ totem poles
   ................................ tshol
   ................................ uli (sculpture by form)
   Hierarchy of <sculpture by function> ............................ <sculpture by function>
   ................................ agere Ifa
   ................................ boliw
   Hierarchy of commemorative sculpture ................................ commemorative sculpture
   ................................ consular diptychs
   ................................ duck decoys
   ................................ fairings
   Hierarchy of fetish figures ................................ fetish figures
   Hierarchy of funerary sculpture ................................ funerary sculpture
   ................................ hachas (visual work)
   ................................ ikegobo
   ................................ ikenga
   ................................ maquettes (sculptures)
   ................................ ndop
   Hierarchy of netsukes ................................ netsukes
   ................................ ofo (sculptures)
   ................................ okimonos
   ................................ onile
   ................................ porpianong
   ................................ portable art
   ................................ processional sculptures
   Hierarchy of reliquary figures ................................ reliquary figures
   ................................ staff gods
   ................................ toas
   ................................ vomitive spatulas
   ................................ wearable art
   Hierarchy of <sculpture by location or context> ............................ <sculpture by location or context>
   ................................ agrafes (sculpture)
   ................................ architectural sculpture
   ................................ column figures
   Hierarchy of dendroglyphs ................................ dendroglyphs
   ................................ floor pieces
   ................................ jamb figures
   ................................ outdoor sculpture
   Hierarchy of prow ornaments ................................ prow ornaments
   ................................ public sculpture
   Hierarchy of rock carvings ................................ rock carvings
   ................................ wall pieces
   Hierarchy of <sculpture by material> ............................ <sculpture by material>
   ................................ acroliths
   ................................ chryselephantine sculpture
   Hierarchy of found object sculpture ................................ found object sculpture
   ................................ glazed sculpture
   ................................ ivories (sculptures)
   ................................ jades (objects)
   ................................ neon sculpture
   ................................ pigment blocks (sculpture)
   ................................ rambaramps
   ................................ sandcastles
   ................................ scrimshaws
   ................................ soft sculpture
   ................................ terracottas (sculptural works)
   ................................ waxworks (sculpture)
   Hierarchy of <sculpture by technique> ............................ <sculpture by technique>
   ................................ cameos (sculptures)
   Hierarchy of carvings (visual works) ................................ carvings (visual works)
   Hierarchy of casts (sculpture) ................................ casts (sculpture)
   Hierarchy of constructions (sculpture) ................................ constructions (sculpture)
   ................................ empaquetages
   ................................ guggerl
   ................................ intaglios (sculptural objects)
   Hierarchy of reliefs (sculptures) ................................ reliefs (sculptures)
   ................................ rock-cut sculpture
   ................................ sculpture in the round
   ................................ stereolithographic models
   Hierarchy of <sculpture by subject type> ............................ <sculpture by subject type>
   ................................ alebrijes
   ................................ Buddhapadas
   ................................ death masks
   Hierarchy of figurines ................................ figurines
   ................................ hei tiki
   ................................ herms
   ................................ ivri
   ................................ life masks
   ................................ mummy masks
   ................................ nāgakals
   Hierarchy of scarabs (carvings) ................................ scarabs (carvings)
   Hierarchy of statues ................................ statues
   ................................ statuettes (free-standing sculpture)
   ................................ terms (sculpture)
   ............................ bronzes (visual works) [N]
   Hierarchy of sculpture components ............................ sculpture components [N]
   ................................ armatures (sculpture components)
   ................................ gaines (sculpture components)
   ................................ warning coats
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