Ahi is depicted as a child, shown in artwork as a teenage boy. Ahy is shown with short hair except for the long curly side hair-lock of a child. Ahy is shown wearing a small diadem with the Buto cobra.
Ahy is the god of music and musicians. Ahy is depicted holding a highly decorated sistrum in his right hand. The sistrum was a rattle-like percussion instrument used for creating rhythmic patterns. Ahy’s mother Het Heret (Hathor) is also often shown with the sistrum.
The main focus of ancient Egyptian (Kemetic) worship of Ahy was in the great temple of Het heret (Hathor) in Dendera.