The dating and scientific classification of each find are however guaranteed by explanatory panels accompanying each case and by a specific chapter of the catalog available in which all the objects on display are presented in their original context. After a first section, dedicated to the history of glass processing in which the furnace of a glassmaker is reproduced (from the Museum of Glass Art in Altare), the exhibition of the finds follows: first the section dedicated to cosmetics and the care of body (balms, containers for ointments and perfumes, but also splendid jewels and tools for the toilet), then the area related to the kitchen and banquet (plates, cups, glasses, bottles, jugs, cups, bowls, trays, amphorae, jars, gutti, casseroles, and even flutes ...).
As a novelty, compared to other exhibitions on Roman glass, it was considered interesting to present the various types of glass together with some ceramic or metal prototypes from which they derive in form and function, to underline how glass fits into the ancient market as substitute for other products, of which it often reproduces the most common forms. The next stage specifically concerns the city of Albenga, through models, maps and graphic reconstructions we try to recreate the environment of the ancient Albingaunum with its thermal baths, the busy port and the busy (for the time ... ) via that led to the Gauls, the Julia Augusta which, just outside the walls, overlooked the necropolis. Two complete grave goods with the relative photographic documentation of the archaeological excavation are also presented.