Conon (5th-4th c. BCE) was an Athenian general at the end of the Peloponnesian War.
Conon or Konon may also refer to:
- Conon of Samos (c. 280 BC–c. 220 BC), Greek astronomer and mathematician
- Conon of Tarsus, 6th-century bishop and leader of the heretical Tritheist movement
- Conon (mythographer), 1st century BCE Greece
- Conon (general under Justinian I), Byzantine general commanding during the Siege of Naples (542–43)
- Pope Conon (died 687)
- Leo III the Isaurian (c. 685–741), born Konon; Byzantine Emperor
By chronological order of their presumed death year
Catholic and Orthodox saintsEdit
- Conon of Isauria, 2nd century miracle worker and martyr from Isauria; feast day 5 March
- Conon of Perga or Conon the Gardener (died c. 250), from Perga in Asia Minor
- Conon the Baptizer or Conon of Penthucla/of the Jordan (died ca. 555)
- Conon of Rome, martyr, drowned at sea; feast day 5 June
- Conon and Conon (died 275), 3rd century saint
- Saint Conan (7th century–684), bishop of the Isle of Man and an Irish missionary
- Conon of Naso (1139-1236), Italian abbot and saint; feast day 27 March
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