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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Materials Facet .... Materials Facet
   Hierarchy of Materials (hierarchy name) ........ Materials (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of materials (substances) ............ materials (substances)
   Hierarchy of <materials by function> ................ <materials by function>
   Hierarchy of colorant (material) .................... colorant (material)
   Hierarchy of pigment ........................ pigment
   Hierarchy of <pigment by color> ............................ <pigment by color>
   ................................ brown pigment
   Hierarchy of inorganic brown pigment .................................... inorganic brown pigment
   Hierarchy of sienna (pigment) ........................................ sienna (pigment)
   ........................................ transparent brown
   Hierarchy of umber (pigment) ........................................ umber (pigment)
   Hierarchy of organic brown pigment .................................... organic brown pigment
   Hierarchy of asphaltum (pigment) ........................................ asphaltum (pigment)
   ........................................ bister (pigment)
   ........................................ bone brown
   ........................................ burnt carmine
   Hierarchy of cutch (pigment) ........................................ cutch (pigment) [N]
   ........................................ gamboge (resin and pigment) [N]
   ........................................ licorice (material)
   ........................................ Van Dyck brown (pigment)
   Hierarchy of synthetic inorganic brown pigment .................................... synthetic inorganic brown pigment
   ........................................ brown ocher
   ........................................ burnt ocher (pigment)
   ........................................ Mars brown (pigment)
   ........................................ Rubens brown
   ........................................ synthetic Van Dyck brown
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