This is a constellation
named by the French astronomer Nicolas Lacaille
to honor physicist Robert Boyle
machine for experiments with gases.
Antlia was called "Antlia Pneumatica", which means (I kid you not) "Air Pump", until 1930 when the International Astronomical Union codified the constellations. Antlia contains no named stars, none of which are brighter than the 4th magnitude.
All in all, a boring, useless constellation.