Hundreds of people carried the coffin of the assassinated Lebanese Christian leader Pierre Gemayel to his birthplace of Bikfaya, east of Beirut.
Distraught family members - father and former President Amin Gemayel, and his wife Patricia Daif - joined the procession.
Nicole, Pierre Gemayel's sister, was also visibly distressed as she wept over the coffin.
At their Bikfaya home, Gemayel's mother, Joyce, and younger brother, Sami, received condolences.
Mourners in the town threw rice and rose petals from their balconies as the coffin passed through.
News of the assassination sent supporters out on an overnight vigil.
The assassination happened in the middle of a political crisis in Lebanon.
With Syria being blamed for the murder, supporters took their revenge on everything Syrian - in this case taking down the logo of the pro-Syrian Social National Party.