'Priceless' Italian artifacts return home from U.S.

STORY: Italy is celebrating the return of

looted artifacts worth $20 million

many of which were on display at

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art

Locator: Rome, Italy

The items include a marble head of

Athena, worth an estimated $3 million

The antiquities were stolen by convicted looters,

according to the Manhattan District Attorney's Office

and sold to museums and private dealers

Some ended up in the collection

of billionaire Michael Steinhardt

before being returned to Italy in September