- with the usual ordering
- the reverse of
- an uncountable subset of the Real numbers with the usual ordering.
Unlike Suslin lines, the existence of Aronszajn lines is provable using the standard axioms of set theory. A linear ordering is an Aronszajn line if and only if it is the lexicographical ordering of some Aronszajn tree.
- Funk, Will; Lutzer, David J. (2005). "Lexicographically ordered trees". Topology and its Applications. 152 (3): 275–300. Zbl 1071.03032. doi:10.1016/j.topol.2004.10.011.
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