- Room V-VI: Roman legends and primitive culture - the origins of Rome
- Room VII: The conquest of the Mediterranean
- Room VIII: Caesar
- Room IX: Augustus
- Room X: Augustus’ family and the Julio-Claudian emperors
- Room XII: Trajan and Hadrian
- Room XIII: The emperors from Antonius Pius to the Severans
- Room XIV: The emperors from Macrinus to Justinian
- Room XV: Christianity
- Room XVI: The army
- Room XVIII: Model of archaic Rome
Room XI: The Flavians
Museum of Roman Culture - Room XI: The Flavians
This room is dedicated to the emperors Flavius, Vespasian, and his sons Titus and Domitian.
A relief showing the triumph of the emperor on the arch of Titus and the inscription which celebrates the conquest of Judea record the capture of Jerusalem.