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Amon can refer to:
History and mythology
- Amun, an Ancient Egyptian deity, also known as Amon and Amon Ra
- Amon of Judah, a 7th-century BCE king of Judah
- Amon (demon), a Goetic demon
- Chris Amon, former Formula One driver and considered one of the unluckiest men in the sport, won the 24 Hours Le Mans race in 1966
- Johann Andreas Amon (1763–1825), a German composer
- Amon Akilbaev (born 1956), a painter
- Amon Carter (1879-1955), publisher of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and civic booster for Fort Worth, Texas
- Amon Göth (1908–1946), a commandant in the Nazi SS during World War II
- Amon Tobin (born 1972), a Brazilian IDM producer
- Former name of the band Deicide
- Amon Amarth, a melodic death metal band
- Amon Düül & Amon Düül II, a pair German Krautrock bands
Fictional characters and places
- One of the four Sinistrals, evil gods and primary antagonists of the Lufia series of videogames
- Amon (Witch Hunter Robin), a character from the Witch Hunter Robin anime
- Amon Tomaz, an alternate name of Osiris, a character in the DC Comics universe
- One of three demon gods in the game Shadow Hearts Covenant; also the second most powerful transformation in both Shadow Hearts and Shadow Hearts Covenant
- The demon that becomes Devilman when fused with Akira in the manga and anime series Devilman
- On the King Diamond albums Them and Conspiracy both the house in which the main events take place and the teapot used to summon Them are called Amon.
- In J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth Amon is the Sindarin word for hill and forms the prefix of many places such as Amon Hen and Amon Amarth
- Amon Garam, the Japanese name of Adrian Gecko, a character from the anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
- Amon (The Legend of Korra), the main antagonist in the first book of The Legend of Korra
- Amon, also known as Dark Voice or Fallen One, the main antagonist of the StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void expansion pack, as well as "behind-the-scene" antagonist of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty and StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm.
- Amon (Formula One team), also known as Chris Amon Racing
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