The 17 members of a Palestinian family killed by Israeli shell fire in Gaza were buried a week ago.
But for the survivors of the carnage in the town of Beit Hanoun, the process of healing has barely begun.
The shells came crashing down on Hamad Street - and on the homes of the al-Athamna family.
At least a dozen high explosive artillery shells landed in the early morning. Most of the dead were women and children, and they died either in their beds or as they tried to flee.