In the beginning he created the world and fashioned the bodies of the other gods from precious metals, especially gold, from thoughts coming from his heart and words from his tongue.
For this reason, he was the patron god of craftsmen of ancient Egypt.
Ptah was worshipped at a place in northern Egypt called, Memphis. There, Ptah was the chief god and there was a great temple dedicated to him.
Ptah was married to Sekhmet, a terrifying lion-headed goddess. Her name meant ‘the powerful one’ and she hunted the enemies of her father, Ra.
Wife – Sekhmet
Father-in-law – Ra (also known as Atum-Ra)