- 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 XI: The Flavians
- 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
Museum of Roman Culture - Room XVIII: Model of archaic Rome
This model, recently made on the basis of analysis comparing various historical sources and archaeological discoveries, reproduces at a scale of 1:1000 the urban area of Rome and its surrounding territory in the archaic period, midway between the monarchy and the republic.
Particular attention has been given to the rendering of the countryside, notably the appearance of the ancient hills, which were much steeper and higher than they are now, and the courses of water along the valley basins, from the pools where they originated.