Sokar


Sokar
   Protective god of the necropolis of Memphis. He is usually depicted as a hawk-headed human. As a funerary god, he was often identified with Osiris, but he was also seen as a craftsman and maker of unguents and so identified with Ptah. The composite god PtahSokar-Osiris is attested during the Middle Kingdom but becomes more prominent during the Late Period, when statues dedicated to him become a standard part of funerary equipment.
   See also Religion; Repit.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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