Recent ieldwork at the Pre-Pottery Neolithic hilltop sanctuary of Göbekli Tepe has been largely dedicated to essential provisions in advance of construction work on permanent shelters which are to be erected at the site in 2015 (cf. Dietrich et al. 2014). Sadly, as it turned out, work in the 2014 spring season was to be the final season led by Klaus Schmidt, who passed away suddenly in July 2014. Work in this last season focused on the excavation of areas in the so-called Northwest Depression, a low lying western part of the site, located to the north of the Southwest Mound (Fig. 1). The aim of these investigations, originally initiated in 2011, has been to ascertain whether these areas would also yield features, i.e. monumental circular enclosures of the PPNA (in some cases superimposed by smaller rectangular PPNB buildings), comparable to those previously encountered in the so-called Southeast Depression, the main excavation area of the site.