Italian art detectives have discovered stolen ancient treasures at the Australian National University (ANU), including a 2,500-year-old Greek amphora and a stolen red fish plate from Apulia. The artifacts were believed to have been smuggled to Australia under piles of pasta by American art trafficker David Holland Swingler. ANU, working with Italian investigators, plans to return the priceless pieces to their rightful homes. In addition, ANU found a Roman marble head that belonged to the Vatican and has received permission to repatriate it. Italy has agreed to loan the recovered items to ANU until they are returned.