- Naville led excavations in the Umm el-Qa'ab area, as well as cemetery A and cemetery B.
- Ayrton and Loat began work in cemetery F in the North cemetery area which mainly contained Old Kingdom burials, although a few from the Twelfth Dynasty, Eighteenth Dynasty and the Late Period were found.
- Work was also started in cemetery G and cemetery K which contained mostly Middle Kingdom remains.
- Cemeteries O, Q, W, X, Y and Z are also areas in the North cemetery that were worked on in this season.
- Cemetery T and cemetery R were explored in the Middle (South) cemetery.
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