Ptah

Ptah
God o creation, the airts an fertility
Ptah standing.svg
Ptah, in the furm o a mummified man, standin on the seembol for Ma'at, hauldin a scepter or staff that bears the combined ankh-djed-was seembols.
Name in hieroglyphs
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HA40
Major cult centrer=Memphis
Symbolthe djed pillar, the bull
ConsortSekhmet
Parentsnone (self-creatit)

In Egyptian meethology, Ptah (ɑː/;[1] Ancient Egyptian: ptḥ, probably vocalized as Pitaḥ in ancient Egyptian)[2] is the demiurge o Memphis, god o craftsmen an airchitects. In the triad o Memphis, he is the spoose o Sekhmet an the faither o Nefertum. He wis regardit as the faither o the sage Imhotep an aw. The Greeks knew him as the god Hephaestus, an in this furm Manetho made him the first keeng o Egyp.

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עברית: פתח (אל)
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日本語: プタハ
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اردو: پتاح
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中文: 卜塔