DISPUTED treasure from the Odyssey case has been returned to Spain from Gibraltar.
The 59 items of archaeological significance had been held on the Rock throughout a bitter five-year legal dispute over ownership of the haul.
The items have now returned to Spain after the US Supreme Court dismissed a claim by the US salvage company, Odyssey Marine Exploration.
However, some coins have remained on the Rock and will not be returned after judges in the US and Gibraltar rejected ownership claims made by Spain.
The items are part of a €375 million haul recovered from the Nuestra Senora de las Mercedes, which was sunk in the Straits by a British warship in 1804.