Ptah

the ancient Egyptian god of architects and skilled craftsmen; Ptah`s wife was the lioness-goddess Sekhmet and his son was said to be either Imhotep or Nefertem; by thinking them with his mind and saying them with his tongue, Ptah brought all things into being.
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Ptah

He is a creator god. The patron of architects, artists and sculptors. It was Ptah who built the boats for the souls of the dead to use in the afterlife.
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Ptah

[n] - a major god
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Ptah

Egyptian god, the divine potter, a personification of the creative force. Worshipped at Memphis, he was portrayed as a primitive human statue or mummy holding an
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PTAH

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Ptah

noun a major Egyptian god; shaper of the world; father of gods and men; worshipped especially at Memphis
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Ptah

in Egyptian religion, creator-god and maker of things, a patron of craftsmen, especially sculptors; his high priest was called `chief controller of ... [4 related articles]
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PTAH

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for phosphotungstic acid hematoxylin.
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Ptah

In Egyptian mythology, Ptah was the great creator, and the god of crafts and skills, the guardian of all knowledge. He was the son of Nun and Naunet, and made the first gods by imagining them and then naming them, so that they were creations of both intention and the breath-of-life.
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Ptah

In Ancient Egyptian Religion, Ptah (Egyptian ptḥ, probably vocalized as Pitaḥ in ancient Egyptian ) was the deification of the primordial mound in the Ennead cosmogony, which was more literally referred to as Ta-tenen (also spelled Tathenen, Tatjenen, etc.), meaning risen land, or as Tanen, meaning submerged land, though Tatenen was a god in h
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Ptah

Ptah (ptä) , in Egyptian religion, great god of Memphis. He was one of the important gods of ancient Egypt and, according to Memphite theology, created the universe through the thought of his heart and the utterance of his tongue. As master craftsman, he was a patron of metalworkers and artisan...
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Ptah

Egyptian god, the divine potter, a personification of the creative force. Worshipped at Memphis, he was portrayed as a primitive human statue or mummy holding an ankh, symbol of life. He was said to be the father of Imhotep, the physician and architect
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