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It takes some imagination to find some of the terms, eg:
- None of the 3 place matches for "London" is the one we're looking for. You need to enter "London England" to find it (but since we've done coreferencing to RKD data, we had that one previosly)
- even case matters. Eg "Hadleigh Ccastle" doesn't find it, you need to type "Hadleigh Castle"

It's a pity that currently you need to use such crude techniques, but this UI (Forest) is only intended for developers.
h2. Explore narrower terms
The AAT Object 300041338 "intaglio print" corresponds to BM object x8049 "nature print". How did I find this guy, if it has no altLabel mentioning "intaglio"?
- first found BM x12179 "intaglio print; intaglio, intaglio-print, *nature print*".
- first found BM x12179 "intaglio print; intaglio, intaglio-print, *nature print*": but this is a Technique not Object.
Learned why it's called "nature print": "class of printmaking using metal plates inked so as to print from the incisions (lines or dots) rather than the surface". I guess the ink naturally goes into the incisions rather than the surface.
But this is a Technique not Object
- then found the broader BM object term x8577 "print"
- then explored its narrower terms with this query:
{noformat}
select ?s ?pref (group_concat(?al; separator=", ") as ?alt) {
?s skos:broaderTransitive <http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x8577>;
?s skos:broaderTransitive <http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x8577>; skos:prefLabel ?pref; skos:altLabel ?al
} group by ?s ?pref
{noformat}