Una de las cosas que se robó el mayordomo de Benedicto XVI era una pepita de oro que un empresario minero peruano le había regalado al Vaticano.
One is a list of three items—other than the trove of documents—found in his apartment. The first was a check, payable to the pope, for 100,000 euros from a Catholic university. The second was “a nugget presumed to be gold” that had been a gift to the pontiff from a Peruvian mining magnate. And the third was a 1581 translation of The Aeneid, also a gift to the pope.