Anticleia

Anticleia is a daughter of Autolycus and the wife of Laertes, the king of Ithaca.  During the long absence of  her son, Odysseus, she died from grief.  When Odysseus sought the advice of Tiresias, Anticleia was one of the many shades, who appeared to drink the blood of the sacrifice.

Source(s):

  1. HomerOdyssey.