|Titles||Lord of Eternity|
|Areas of Concern||Architecture, craftsmanship, creation, metalworking|
|Cleric Alignments (1E)|
|Domains (1E)||Artifice, Earth, Fire, Knowledge, Travel|
|Subdomains (1E)||Ash, Construct, Metal, Smoke, Thought, Trade|
|Symbol||Staff composed of the ankh, djed, and was|
Ptah is a member of the pantheon often worshiped in Ancient Osirion. Ptah is a creator deity so powerful that he is the only god to create himself, though he and Ra are both venerated as creator gods. It is said that earthquakes are signs of his displeasure.
Ptah is typically depicted as a man wearing mummy wrappings and a skullcap. He holds a staff that combines the three main symbols of his power: An ankh, the djed pillar, and a scepter. These represent life, stability, and power respectively.
Osirion dwarves that worship Ptah instead depict him as a naked, deformed dwarf. 
Ptah is the patron god of alchemists, architects, artisans, artists, bards, builders, carpenters, masons, metalworkers, shipbuilders, and anyone else doing a creative task.
It's said that Ptah hears all of his worshipers' prayers, and will intercede to other gods on their behalf.