|Cause of Death||"a weak heart" (genetic condition)|
|Other Family|| Alcmene's Father (Husband/Father of Alcmene)|
Amphitryon (First Son-in-law)
Alcaeus (First Brother-in-law)
Iphicles (grandson by Alcmene and Amphitryon)
Rena (granddaughter-in-law by Iphicles)
Hercules (grandson by Alcmene and Zeus)
Deianeira (granddaughter-in-law by Hercules)
Klonus (great-grandson by Hercules and Deianeira)
Aeson (great-grandson by Hercules and Deianeira)
Ilea (great-granddaughter by Hercules and Deianeira)
Jason (Second Son-in-law)
Aeson (Second Brother-in-law)
Seska (Step Granddaughter)
Alcmene's mother was the mother-in-law of Amphitryon (and later Jason), the maternal grandmother of Iphicles and Hercules and the grandmother-in-law to Deianeira and Rena. She was also the maternal-maternal great-grandmother of Hercules and Deianeira's children Klonus, Aeson and Ilea, as well as the child of Iphicles and Rena.
- Jason's statement of Alcmene's mother's condition implied that she died before Hercules was born.
- In mythology, Alcmene's mother was named Anaxo. Her parents were Alcaeus (son of Perseus and Andromeda) and Astydameia (daughter of Pelops and Hippodamia). Tantalus was her paternal grandfather. Anaxo's husband, Electryon, was the king of Mycenae (and her own uncle).