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Ptah Arts and beauty of ancient Egyptians

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Seller: sabejivar_0 (8) 100%, Location: Cairo, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 142536715461 Ptah is the god of the arts and beauty of the ancient Egyptians, he is equal to Apollo in the Greeks, spread his worship in Memphis and was represented by a man who is immature and bald and shows his hands as if out of his chest and holding the scepter, is considered the art of art and therefore was nicknamed the "sculptor's sculptor" Each of the pottery makers) and was nicknamed by another name (Taten) any high land, and Ptah was one of the gods of the Trinity of Exile, which consists of him and his wife Sukhmet, who represents a woman with the head of his father, Lord of wars and power and their son Nefertom, who represents a young man with a lotus flower on his head, Note that the people of Memphis were worshiping another god other than Ptah (sugar) R. Therefore, we note the appearance of Ptah in the form of a mummified man, which increased the mud, but some of the inhabitants of Memphis united with sugar and sugar (Ausir sugar), which is what It was worth mentioning that Ptah was described as the eternal God and therefore was united with the eternal water N (water) from which all beings were created.Egypt Condition: Ptah is the god of the arts and beauty of the ancient Egyptians, he is equal to Apollo in the Greeks, spread his worship in Memphis and was represented by a man who is immature and bald and shows his hands as if out of his chest and holding the scepter, is considered the art of art and therefore was nicknamed the "sculptor's sculptor" Each of the pottery makers) and was nicknamed by another name (Taten) any high land, and Ptah was one of the gods of the Trinity of Exile, which consists of him and his wife Sukhmet, who represents a woman with the head of his father, Lord of wars and power and their son Nefertom, who represents a young man with a lotus flower on his head, Note that the people of Memphis were worshiping another god other than Ptah (sugar) R. Therefore, we note the appearance of Ptah in the form of a mummified man, which increased the mud, but some of the inhabitants of Memphis united with sugar and sugar (Ausir sugar), which is what It was worth mentioning that Ptah was d, Provenance: Valley of the Kings west of Luxor, Material: Burned Hammer Stone

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