This report refers to the different tasks of fieldwork in the necropolis of Asyut. A second and hitherto unknown shaft in Tomb V (M11.1) was completely cleaned and shows impressive architectural features. The cleaning also demonstrated that there was an archaeological interest during the Mamluke Period. More than 2000 signs of hieroglyphs were copied for an extensive palaeography from the First Intermediate Period/Period of Regions and the early Middle Kingdom. Other tombs from these periods were also examined concerning architecture, paintings and epigraphy (H 11.1, N 13.91 and P 13.1) as well as pottery. The Tomb of Dogs from the Late and Graeco-Roman Period is covered by several layers proving late usages as Coptic dwellings. The animal remains are not only of canids, but also of other species, such as cats.