Conon (Greek: Κόνων, gen.: Κόνωνος) was a Greek grammarian and mythographer of the age of Augustus (who lived 63 BC - 14 AD), the author of a work titled Διηγήσεις (Narrations), addressed to Archelaus Philopator, king of Cappadocia. It was a collection of fifty narratives relating to the mythical and heroic period, and especially the foundation of colonies.
An epitome of the work was preserved in the Bibliotheca of Photius, the 9th-century patriarch of Constantinople. Photius commends Conon's Attic style, and remarks that Nicolaus Damascenus borrowed much from him. There are separate editions of this abstract by Gale; by Teucher; and Kanne.
- Malcolm Brown (2004). The Narratives of Konon: Text, Translation and Commentary on the Diegeseis. ISBN 3-598-77712-4
- Photius I of Constantinople, Bibliotheca, Codex 186. Translated by Brady Kiesling.
- Photius, Bibliotheca, Cod. 189.
- Histor. Poet. Script, p. 241, &c., Paris, 1675
- Lips. 1794 and 1802.
- Göttingen 1798.
- Or. xviii. torn. i. p. 480.
- Conon, Fifty Narrations English translation by Brady Kiesling
- Text in Greek and translation to French by Abbé GEDOYN
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Smith, William, ed. (1870). "CONON". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.