Ptah is the god of scribes and creation. He represents the sun at the time when it begins to rise above the horizon and or after it has risen. He is drawn facing the left with a shaved head and beard with a staff in his hands. The Egyptians believed that Ptah could fashion the universe through words of power and thought. The original name of Ptah is unclear, but some people believe it means ‘opener’ or ‘sculptor’. As a god of scribes and craftsmen, most people think Ptah means sculptor. Ptah was married to Sekhmet the goddess of healing and The Eye of Ra. He was also the creator god of the city Memphis. The Egyptians believed that he also created the rest of the gods.