Amon can refer to:

* Amun, an Egyptian deity
* Amon (demon)
* Amon (Formula One team)
* the former name of Deicide (band)
* the word for "mountain" in Sindarin, an artificial language created by J. R. R. Tolkien
* a governor of Samaria in 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 One driver and considered one of the unluckiest men in the sport, won the 24 Hours Le Mans race in 1966
* Amon Akilbaev
* Amon Göth, a commandant in the Nazi SS during 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 "Devilman"
* the house in which the events of the "King Diamond" album "Them" take place.
* in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth Amon is the Sindarin word for hill and forms the prefix of many places such as Amon Hen and Amon Amarth

See also

*Amman (disambiguation)
*Ammon (disambiguation)

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