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- Sargon of Akkad (reigned ca. 2334 BC – 2279 BC), also known as Sargon the Great or Sargon I, Mesopotamian king
- Sargon I (reigned ca. 1920 BC – 1881 BC), Assyrian king
- Sargon II (reigned 722 BC – 705 BC), Assyrian king
- Simon Sargon (b. 1938), American composer and professor
- Sargon Boulus (1944 – 2007), Assyrian-Iraqi poet
- Sargon Dadesho (b. 1948), Assyrian nationalist
- Sargon Gabriel (b. 1951), Assyrian folk music singer
- Cindy Sargon, Assyrian Australian TV chef
- Sargon Duran (b. 1987), Assyrian Austrian footballer
- Sargon Cicek (b. 1988), Assyrian Swedish footballer
- Sargon the Sorcerer, comic superhero character from DC Comics, first appeared in 1941
- Sargon, disembodied leader of a race of powerful aliens in the 1968 Star Trek episode "Return to Tomorrow"
- Sargon, ruler of the Nine Worlds interplanetary empire in Robert Heinlein's 1957 science fiction novel Citizen of the Galaxy
- Sargon, left-handed guitarist of the fictional band The Mesopotamians from the They Might Be Giants song on their 2007 album The Else
- Sargon, leader of the fat men in Daniel Pinkwater's 1982 novel Slaves of Spiegel
- Sargon (chess), series of chess-playing software programs for personal computers
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