Macedonian Tomb D was found near the southern base of the fourth mound of the Eastern cemetery of Pella. It is a two-chambered vaulted Macedonian tomb with a Doric facade of four semi-columns.
It is 10.60 m long, 6.15 m wide and high, while it is covered with a continuous chamber opening 4.70 m. It has a temple-shaped facade in the Doric style, plastered with marble plaster with four semi-columns resting on pilasters and supporting the thrego and unfinished. Based on the architecture and the offerings, the tomb dates to the end of the 4th century BC.
At its entrance, it had a stone relief door. A second marble door at the entrance to the mortuary chamber bore a relief painted head of Medusa as well as relief shields.
The tomb is full of ancient graffiti and votive inscriptions from the 1st century BC and the 3rd century AD. The most important one refers to Herakles and Alexander the Hero.