Ancon or Ankon (Ancient Greek: Ἀγκών) was a populated places of ancient Pontus, on the Black Sea and on the coast road east of Amisus. It was on a headland and bay both of the same name. It is mentioned by Gaius Valerius Flaccus in his Argonautica, after the Iris, as if it were east of the mouth of that river. Apollonius Rhodius simply speaks of it as a headland.
Ancón may refer to:
Ancon (Picenum), town of ancient Picenum, now in Italy
Ancon (Pontus), town of ancient Pontus, now in TurkeyPeru
Ancon (archaeological site)
Ancón District, a district of Peru
Treaty of Ancón, signed by Peru and Chile on 20 October 1883Panama
Ancón, Panama, a city in central Panama
Ancon Hill, a steep 654-foot hill which overlooks Panama City
ANCON a conservation groupEcuador
Ancón, Guayas, a city in Guayas, EcuadorOther
Ancon, a United Kingdom company that manufactures steel products for the construction industry
SS Ancon (1901), Panama Railroad Company steamship and the first to officially transit the Panama Canal in 1914, serving 28 March—25 July 1919 as USS Ancon (Id. No. 1467), then returned to Panama Railroad service.
USS Ancon (AGC-4), a United States cargo and passenger ship that saw service in World War II
Ancon (sidewheel steamship), a passenger/cargo ship wrecked at Loring, Alaska in 1889
Ancon sheep, an extinct breed of sheep