View looking northeast at the front of the Tomb of Plancia Magna. Note the finely chiseled four-tiered base (crepidoma) that the "tomb" stands on. On top of this, between the two projecting walls (antae) are three additional stairs that lead up to where the tomb itself stood. The "tomb" almost looks like a small temple. It stands to the south of the southern gate complex of Perga.
Plancia Magna was the daughter of the proconsul of Bithynia. She dedicated her life and her wealth to the beautification of the city [of Perge], undertaking large remodeling projects during Hadrian’s reign [A.D. 117-138]. She was "elevated to the rank of tutelary divinity of the city."