Amon

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Amon may refer to:

Mythology[edit]

  • Amun, an Ancient Egyptian deity, also known as Amon and Amon-Ra
  • Aamon, a Goetic demon

Royalty[edit]

  • Amon of Judah (c. 664–c. 640 BC), 7th-century BCE king of Judah

People[edit]

  • Chris Amon (1943–2016), Formula One driver; 24 Hours of Le Mans winner
  • Cristiano Amon, Brazilian-American manager
  • Cristina Amon, Uruguyan-born American scientist and academic
  • Johann Andreas Amon (1763–1825), German composer
  • Amon Carter (1879–1955), publisher of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and civic booster for Fort Worth, Texas
  • Amon Göth (1908–1946), Austrian concentration camp commandant in the Nazi SS during World War II
  • Amon Saba Saakana (formerly Sebastian Clarke), British-Trinidadian writer, broadcaster and publisher
  • Amon Tobin (born 1972), Brazilian IDM producer
  • Angelika Amon (1967–2020), Austrian-American molecular biologist

Music[edit]

  • Amon, original name of the band Deicide
  • Amon, the house in the storyline of the King Diamond album Them

Fictional characters and places[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]