Ptah   - in ancient sources @

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  Ptah   - an Egyptiqn god
Wikipedia entry
AET_3.2   II and high priest of Ptah at Memphis, was a very
AET_4.11.A   affairs in the Domain of Ptah as the chosen one amongst
AET_4.11.B   god, sem priest, servant of Ptah, wnrw priest in Letopolis, follower
AET_4.12   (41)   us god, Imhotep, the son of Ptah, was gracious unto
AET_4.13   god, Imhotep the son of Ptah was gracious unto me. A
AET_4.20   O Ptah who is south of the
AET_5.1   chiefs in the temple of Ptah, while the great lector-priests led
AET_5.4   (42)   have any, Imhotep son of Ptah. He took heed of our
AET_5.4   have any, Imhotep son of Ptah He took heed of our
AET_5.5   great [goddess,] Imhotep, son of Ptah, Osiris, lord of the crypt,
AET_7.9   and of Imouthes son of Ptah, the great god, and of
AET_8.9   Osiris in the shrine, of Ptah Sokar Osiris the great god
AET_8.12   the Years of Jubilee like Ptah-Tenen, King like Pre', [the King
AET_8.16   of the Manifest Gods, whom Ptah has chosen, who brings forth
AET_9.2   (164)   lopators, chosen of Ptah, mighty is the ka of Re,
AET_9.2.B   of the Philopators, chosen of Ptah mighty is the ka of
AET_9.2.C   the gods Epiphanes, image of Ptah, chosen of Re, who does
AET_9.2.D   Queen Philometor-Soteira, chosen of Ptah, Re, living image of
Syll_654   (29) the rulers - [chosen by] Ptah, Kaisaros ), may he live
THI_258   (c. 264)   May he go to the throne of Ptah and rest on the
THI_259   (217)   rs' Feasts, even as Ptah the Great, a King like the
THI_260   (186)   [in the likeness] of Ptah, the exalted one, the
THI_261   (185/4)   mbly at the temple of Ptah, who said: Whereas the

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