Ptah   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ptah   - an Egyptiqn god
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THI_251 (164)   lopators, chosen of Ptah, mighty is the ka of Re,
THI_252 (42)   have any, Imhotep son of Ptah. He took heed of our
THI_253 (41)   us god, Imhotep, the son of Ptah, was gracious unto
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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