Anthony Melissa (so called from the sweetness of his discourses) was a Greek monk, and is said to have lived about 1140. He wrote; Libri'I Locorum Communium, or of sentences collected out of .the fathers concerning the. virtues and vices, published at Paris, in Latin, 1575, 1589, and contained in the Biblioth. Patrum, tom. v. It is also probable that he' is the author of some sermons, attributed by:Trithemius: and others to St. Anthony the Great. See Cave,' Hist. Lit. ii, 219.