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The seating arrangements at theatres and games enforced this idealised social order, with varying degrees of success. You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in! This was probably most apparent in the segregation of seating tiers at public theatres, games and festivals, and in the distinctive, privileged official dress of magistratespriesthoods and the military. The high-quality woolen togas of the senatorial class were intensively laundered to an exceptional, snowy white, using the best and most expensive ingredients. It was usually made of linen, and was augmented as necessary with underwear, or with various kinds of cold-or-wet weather wear, such as knee-breeches for men, and cloaks, coats and hats. Outdoors and in public, a chaste matron's hair was bound up in woolen bands fillets, or vitae in a high-piled style known as tutulus. They were highly respected, and possessed unique rights and privileges; their persons were sacred and inviolate.