Who is Ptah's wife?

Who is Ptah's wife?


What color is Ptah?

In the pectoral of Tut, Ptah is shown with black hair, the Blue Crown is colored black. In the same way, light blue and green could be interchanged. In that Tut pectoral, the god Ptah, often shown with green skin, is shown here as light-blue skinned. The heavens may be colored black, though blue is more commonly used.

Did Horus kill Isis?

But because Isis was also Seth's sister, she wavered during the eventual battle between Horus and Seth. In one episode Isis took pity on Seth and was in consequence beheaded by Horus (the beheading was reversed by magic).

How did Horus died?

There is death and resurrection in Horus' story, though. The Metternich Stele relates the story of Horus dying by the sting of a scorpion. ... During her absence the scorpion Uhat, which had been sent by Set, forced its way into the biding-place of Horus, and there stung him to death.

What does Osiris mean?

Osiris is the Egyptian Lord of the Underworld and Judge of the Dead, brother-husband to Isis, and one of the most important gods of ancient Egypt. The name `Osiris' is the Latinized form of the Egyptian Usir which is interpreted as 'powerful' or 'mighty'.

What animal represents Osiris?


What does Anubis mean?

The name "Anubis" is the Greek form of the Egyptian Anpu (or Inpu) which meant "to decay" signifying his early association with death.

What body part was Osiris missing?

He's displayed in a falcon-headed coffin. But in another part of the show, where the walls are covered with drawings of the Osiris story, the phallus is missing. Instead, a series of wavy lines appear to emanate from the god's genital area, like magical powers or some kind of unfortunate aroma.

Which God has a bird's head?


Where is Osiris buried?