Dinon or Deinon (Greek Δίνων or Δείνων) of Colophon (c. 360–340 BC) was a Greek historian and chronicler, the author of a history of Persia, the Persica (Greek Περσικα), many fragments of which survive. The Suda mistakenly attributes this work to Dio Cassius. He is the father of Cleitarchus.
- Lenfant, Dominique (ed., trans. comm.), Les histoires perses de Dinon et d'Héraclide (Paris: De Boccard, 2009) (Persika, 13).
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