God Ihy

God Ihy
Ihy was a god in ancient Egyptian mythology who symbolise the ecstasy of doing the sistrum. His name may mean "sistrum player", referring to his function, or "calf", referring to his relations with the cow goddess Hathor who was oftentimes said to be his mother. Other Egyptian goddesses power be addressed his mother, however, accepting Isis, Sekhmet, and Neith. The god Horus  was  usually  said  to  be  Ihy's  father,  though  at  times  Ra  took  that  role  rather.  Ihy  was showed as a child taking a sistrum or as a raw child with his finger's breadth in this mouth. He was idolized alongside Horus and Hathor at Dendera (See Temple of Hathor at Dendera).