Tudor paneling recovered from cow shed

A large, carved panel celebrating the Earldom of Charles Somerset, stolen from Raglan Castle during the English Civil War in the 17th Century, has been returned to the castle. The piece was found in a cowshed in Monmouthshire during the 1950s by an antique dealer. (photo)

Somerset "had been Lord Chamberlain to both Henry VII and Henry VIII and was made the first Earl of Worcester in around 1513."