Ptah: God of Craftsmen
Architect of the universe and patron to all crafts, Ptah was worshiped throughout all of Egypt. He existed before all things, conceiving the universe by imagining it within his heart, then giving life to it through his voice. Mainly associated with artists, craftsmen, and anything involved with creation, he also shares credit for inventing the Opening of the Mouth ceremony, in which a ritual is performed to give the deceased the use of his organs in the Afterlife. His repertoire doesn't end there, as he is hailed as a great protector of Egypt, where in one case he sent all vermin within the fields to chew through the bowstrings of the Assyrian invaders, sending them home in panic.