- Room XXXVI: School
- Room XXXIX: Living spaces
- Room XLVI: Rights
- Room XLVII: Libraries
- Room XLVIII: Music
- Room XLIX: Literature and science
- Room L: Medicine and drugs
- Room LII: Industry and craft
- Room LIII: Agriculture, herding and land management
- Room LIV: Hunting, fishing and food
- Room LV: Commerce and economic life
- Room LVI: Art
Room LI: Trajan’s Column
Museum of Roman Culture - Room LI: Trajan's Column
In a long corridor casts of the reliefs of Trajan’s column can be seen close up. The column was erected in 113 AD in Trajan’s Forum to celebrate the victory of the emperor over the Dacians.
The casts of the sections of the long relief continue, turning round the column like a giant illustrated scroll, for a distance of about 200m in total. They were made in 1861 on the wish of Napoleon III; one of the three copies then made was given to the Lateran and subsequently donated the Museum of Roman Culture by Pope Pius XII.