Memnon may refer to:
- Saint Memnon the Wonderworker — early Christian saint from Egypt, hermit and hegumen of one of Egyptian monasteries
- Memnon (mythology) and those erroneously named after him in the Graeco-Roman era:
- Memnon of Heraclea Heraclea Pontica, Greek historian; c. 1st century he wrote a history about his city in Asia Minor on the Black Sea
- Memnon (ward of Herodes Atticus) at Athens in the 2nd century
- Memnon of Rhodes (380–333 BC), commander of the Greek mercenaries working for the Persian King Darius III
- Memnon (historical novel) by Scott Oden, based on Memnon of Rhodes
- Memnon (character), the name of the main villain in the movie The Scorpion King
- 2895 Memnon, an asteroid
- Memnon (clipper), the first clipper ship to reach San Francisco during the Gold Rush
- Memnon, 1858 clipper-built ship
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