She was represented as a woman with a star on top of
or as a seated cow with a plant between her horns (just as Seshat's
hieroglyph might have been a flower or a star) as depicted on an ivory
tablet of King Djer.
The plant may have been symbolic of the year,
and thus linking her to the yearly rising of Sirius and the New Year.
She was very occasionally depicted as a large dog, or in Roman times,
as the goddess Isis-Sopdet, she was shown riding side-saddle on a