Amon can refer to:
Amun, an Egyptian deity
Amon (Formula One team)
* the former name of
* the word for "mountain" in
Sindarin, an artificial language created by J. R. R. Tolkien
* a governor of
Samariain the time of Ahab in the Bible (1 Kings 22:26; 2 Chr. 18:25)
Amon of Judah, king of the Judah and son of Manasseh
Chris Amon, former Formula Onedriver and considered one of the unluckiest men in the sport, won the 24 Hours Le Mans race in 1966
Amon Göth, a commandant in the Nazi SSduring World War II
Amon Tobin, a Brazilian DJ
Amon Amarth, a melodic death metal bandFictional characters/places named Amon include:
* one of the four
Sinistrals, evil gods and main villains of the "Lufia" series of videogames
Amon (Witch Hunter Robin), a character from the "Witch Hunter Robin" anime
Amon Tomaz, a fictional superhero
* 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 "
* the house in which the events of the "
King Diamond" album "Them" take place.
J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earthAmon is the Sindarinword for hilland forms the prefix of many places such as Amon Henand Amon Amarth
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