- 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 LI: Trajan’s Column
- 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
Museum of Roman Culture - Room LVI: Art
Here are illustrated the most important aspects of figurative Roman art, from the Republican era to the late empire, especially through portraits and historical reliefs.
The case in the centre of the room displays the collection of galvanised plastic reproductions of famous treasures from the Roman silversmiths.