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Ptah

[ ptah, ptahkh ]

noun

  1. an ancient Egyptian deity, believed to be a universal creator and sometimes identified with other gods: worshiped especially at Memphis when it was the royal residence.


Ptah

/ ptɑː; tɑː /

noun

  1. (in ancient Egypt) a major god worshipped as the creative power, esp at Memphis


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Like Ptah, Ea also developed from an artisan god into a sublime Creator in the highest sense, not merely as a producer of crops.

But this gold I bring is more than all the store of it upon Ptah before I came.

Represented with the head and legs of a man the scarab was an emblem of Ptah.

Fortunately for us, while to his son Ptah Hotep was very probably an old man, he was not what most of us would call old.

It was also the emblem of Ptah Tore, of Memphis, another symbolic form of the creative power.

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