Here, I took this off the site of the Prosciutteria we ate at. If you see the second lowest ham, on the right, that's about what we ate.
My wife took us to the Capitoline Museums today. It's like a sixties cartoon, or an old TV Show version of going to Rome, just lots and lots of statues. We walked around looking at statues until we could look no more. And when I say statue I mean they took a massive chunk of stone and made it into the exact shape of a human being. Once one accepts just how clever this is it's all pretty hard not to take seriously. Weirdly a lot of these are copies, albeit 2000 year old copies of older Greek statues, so really we were just in a sort of cover album museum. Ancient Rome, in it's waning years, performs all the old standards! Wounded Amazon, Dying Gaul, and a surprisingly tender rendition of the beloved Boy Removing a Thorn from his Foot. Note how the Romans subtly changed the variety of thorn in the boy's foot.
We also went to a Prosciutteria. We got the big prosciutto taster platter. It was an enormous board of food. Do different prosciuttos taste different? Why yes they do! Does it matter? Well no, but it's a good excuse to eat more prosciutto than one can normally handle.