Thoth Egyptian god of writing, magic, wisdom, and the moon. His name was often used by kings, scribes, and priests. He is most commonly depicted as a man with the head of an ibis or as in this sculpture, simply an ibis.
The Ibis bird and the seated baboon were associated with the God of Wisdom and writing, Thoth. He was the patron of the educated scribes who were responsible for the administration of Egypt. Thoth was often depicted in the form of a man's body with the head of the Ibis or as a seated baboon. He was the patron of the educated scribes who were responsible for the administration of Egypt.
In order to honor god Thoth, he should be praised for his wisdom and guidance. Water, beer, or bread are typically acceptable offerings for any deities in the Egyptian pantheon.
Here the ancient Egyptian God Thoth is depicted in his traditional ibis form, hand-carved by one of the most talented artists in Luxor.