Assurbanipal, during the 7th century BC, has mentioned in a list of Egyptian kings, Nakhki king of "Khininshi". This name is close to those of "Hnes" in Hebrew and "Ahnas" or "Ehnassiya" in Arabic. These are the current Ihnasiya: Ehnasya Umm al-Kimam and Ehnasya el-Medina, near the entrance of the Fayum, near the Bahr Youssef, parallel to the Nile river from Assiut.
All these names come from a deformation of the hieroglyphic Egyptian name of "Hut-nen-Nesu" or "Henensu" or "Ninsu", capital of the 20th nome of Upper Egypt.
After early excavations by Petrie and Naville there, more than a century, archaeological researches are conducted by Spanish teams since 1960, under the direction of Maria del Carmen Perez Die since 1984.
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My notes of veracity :
Hout-nen-nesu or Henensu, is the name of hieroglyphic Ehnasya ruins of Umm al-Kimam and Ehnasya el-Medina: 4/5
Heracleopolis Magna is the Greek name of the ruins of Umm al-Ehnasya Kimam and Ehnasya el-Medina: 4/5