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jonam.co.uk

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1997

About Jonam Composites

Provider of fibre reinforced thermoplastic composites. The company provides carbon, glass, and aramid fibre reinforced thermoplastic composite profiles and prepregs.

Jonam Composites Headquarters Location

Boughton Industrial Estate Units 7&8 Leen Court, Maun Way

Boughton, England, NG22 9ZD,

United Kingdom

44 162 383 6625

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Egypt Displays Hundreds of Newly Discovered Artefacts Dating Over 2,500 Years Old

May 31, 2022

Egypt Displays Hundreds of Newly Discovered Artefacts Dating Over 2,500 Years Old Egypt Displays Hundreds of Newly Discovered Artefacts Dating Over 2,500 Years Old The Egyptian archaeological mission has reportedly discovered a massive number of coffins and bronze statues at a location near the famed Step Pyramid of... 31.05.2022, Sputnik International 2022-05-31T03:21+0000 https://cdnn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e6/05/1f/1095887416_0:50:3070:1777_1920x0_80_0_0_d10a75836d68225710519ff43feeb41c.jpg Egypt's antiquities officials have presented a trove of treasured items dating back over 2,500 years that were unearthed recently at the legendary necropolis of Saqqara, the National News reported on Monday.Citing Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, the report detailed that the new archaeological find consisted of 250 sarcophagi and 150 small bronze statues of gods and goddesses, among other antiques.Waziri reportedly exhibited only a portion of the treasure, comprising 35 painted wooden coffins, at the UNESCO Heritage site south of Cairo. The sarcophagi, which date back to the Late Period of Ancient Egypt's history, are said to be in good shape as all contain mummies.Officials also presented a discovery of a "rare" papyrus scroll that could be a depiction of a chapter belonging to the Book of the Dead, a tradition of funerary texts that dates back to the Old Kingdom.More to that, deities such as Anubis, Amun, Hathor, Isis, Min, Nefertum, Osiris, and Bastet - the "protector" of the area in the form of a cat — are among the statuettes shown in a large glass case. Waziri reportedly drew attention to the headless figure of Imhotep, the principal builder of Pharaoh Djoser, who ruled Egypt from 2630 to 2611 BC. Two larger statues of the goddesses Isis and Nephthys with golden features, sobbing in sadness, were also presented on Monday.The discovery is one of many in recent years in Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis' ancient city. Since April 2018, the Egyptian delegation has completed four excavations at the site, with a fifth scheduled for September after the hot summer months end.Human and animal mummies, sarcophagi, statues, and other ancient Egyptian artifacts have been discovered in abundance at Saqqara. When Egyptian archeologists began excavating the site in 2018, they uncovered a 4,400-year-old priest's tomb, which became the subject of the Netflix documentary 'Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb' in 2020.Cosmetic artefacts such as combs, bracelets, necklaces, miniature pots, and a mirror reportedly were among the other uncovered antiques dating back over 3,200 years to the New Kingdom.According to the report, all of the artefacts will be taken to the Grand Egyptian Museum, which is expected to open in September, or the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, where they will be studied before being permanently displayed.Waziri reportedly predicted "many surprises" and expressed hope that the team will discover the tomb of Imhotep, who "changed architecture" by erecting what is thought to be the world's oldest still-standing large-scale stone monument. https://sputniknews.com/20220321/egypt-showcases-tombs-belonging-to-ancient-high-ranking-officials-1094051507.html Egypt Displays Hundreds of Newly Discovered Artefacts Dating Over 2,500 Years Old © AFP 2022 / KHALED DESOUKI This picture taken on May 30, 2022 shows the face on one of the sarcophaguses found in a cache dating to the Egyptian Late Period (around the fifth century BC) after its discovery by a mission headed by Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, at the Bubastian cemetery at the Saqqara necropolis, southwest of Egypt's capital. The Egyptian archaeological mission has reportedly discovered a massive number of coffins and bronze statues at a location near the famed Step Pyramid of Djoser, some 24 kilometers from the nation's capital of Cairo. Egypt's antiquities officials have presented a trove of treasured items dating back over 2,500 years that were unearthed recently at the legendary necropolis of Saqqara, the National News reported on Monday. Citing Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, the report detailed that the new archaeological find consisted of 250 sarcophagi and 150 small bronze statues of gods and goddesses, among other antiques. © AFP 2022 / KHALED DESOUKI Sarcophaguses found in a cache dating to the Egyptian Late Period (around the fifth century BC) are displayed after their discovery by a mission headed by Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, at the Bubastian cemetery at the Saqqara necropolis, southwest of Egypt's capital on May 30, 2022. Sarcophaguses found in a cache dating to the Egyptian Late Period (around the fifth century BC) are displayed after their discovery by a mission headed by Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, at the Bubastian cemetery at the Saqqara necropolis, southwest of Egypt's capital on May 30, 2022. Waziri reportedly exhibited only a portion of the treasure, comprising 35 painted wooden coffins, at the UNESCO Heritage site south of Cairo. The sarcophagi, which date back to the Late Period of Ancient Egypt's history, are said to be in good shape as all contain mummies. "I'm very proud that the discovery was made by Egyptians, and this will not be the last discovery here," Waziri is quoted as saying. Officials also presented a discovery of a "rare" papyrus scroll that could be a depiction of a chapter belonging to the Book of the Dead, a tradition of funerary texts that dates back to the Old Kingdom. More to that, deities such as Anubis, Amun, Hathor, Isis, Min, Nefertum, Osiris, and Bastet - the "protector" of the area in the form of a cat — are among the statuettes shown in a large glass case. Waziri reportedly drew attention to the headless figure of Imhotep, the principal builder of Pharaoh Djoser, who ruled Egypt from 2630 to 2611 BC. Two larger statues of the goddesses Isis and Nephthys with golden features, sobbing in sadness, were also presented on Monday. © AFP 2022 / KHALED DESOUKI Statuettes depicting the Egyptian goddesses (L to R) Isis (Iset) and Nephthys (Nebet-Het) found in a cache dating to the Egyptian Late Period (around the fifth century BC) are displayed after their discovery by a mission headed by Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, at the Bubastian cemetery at the Saqqara necropolis, southwest of Egypt's capital on May 30, 2022. Statuettes depicting the Egyptian goddesses (L to R) Isis (Iset) and Nephthys (Nebet-Het) found in a cache dating to the Egyptian Late Period (around the fifth century BC) are displayed after their discovery by a mission headed by Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, at the Bubastian cemetery at the Saqqara necropolis, southwest of Egypt's capital on May 30, 2022. The discovery is one of many in recent years in Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis' ancient city. Since April 2018, the Egyptian delegation has completed four excavations at the site, with a fifth scheduled for September after the hot summer months end. Human and animal mummies, sarcophagi, statues, and other ancient Egyptian artifacts have been discovered in abundance at Saqqara. When Egyptian archeologists began excavating the site in 2018, they uncovered a 4,400-year-old priest's tomb, which became the subject of the Netflix documentary 'Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb' in 2020. Cosmetic artefacts such as combs, bracelets, necklaces, miniature pots, and a mirror reportedly were among the other uncovered antiques dating back over 3,200 years to the New Kingdom. 21 March, 12:30 GMT According to the report, all of the artefacts will be taken to the Grand Egyptian Museum, which is expected to open in September, or the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, where they will be studied before being permanently displayed. Waziri reportedly predicted "many surprises" and expressed hope that the team will discover the tomb of Imhotep, who "changed architecture" by erecting what is thought to be the world's oldest still-standing large-scale stone monument.

  • When was Jonam Composites founded?

    Jonam Composites was founded in 1997.

  • Where is Jonam Composites's headquarters?

    Jonam Composites's headquarters is located at Boughton Industrial Estate, Boughton.

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