The fourth season of fieldwork at Gebel Asyut focused on the documentation of the recently discovered Tomb N13.1. The tomb belonged to Iti-ibi(-iqer), Asyuti nomarch at the very end of the First Intermediate Period. Its painted decoration is well preserved. In addition, graffiti of the New Kingdom (literary texts, visitors' graffiti, drawings) cover the tomb walls. Other work resulted in facsimiles of the ten contracts in Tomb I (temp. Senwosret I), and the autobiographical inscriptions in Tombs m and IV (First Intermediate Period). A late corridor, which connects Tomb m and IV, was cleaned; pottery and wooden models were studied.