"Un dos moitos milagres que Santiago Apostol fai," Galicians would say in their native language: the 900-year-old Codex Calixtinus was found by Spanish police forces and a judge with apparently not even a (new) scratch.
The great medieval work had been stolen nearly one year ago from the archives of the great Cathedral of Saint James the Apostle in Santiago de Compostela. It was found in a garage in the nearby town of Milladoiro wrapped in newspapers and plastic bags surrounded by tiles and bricks. It has now been returned by the police to the Archdiocese. (Several sources, including the Telegraph).