The last of the series of funeral ceremonies takes place, supplies of grain permitting, after the first harvest following the burial. This ceremony is known as the Cool Funeral Beer (Ko Dad 'Baaro), and it brings to an end the period of transition between life and death. The dead man is finally placed among his ancestors, while the bereaved return to the community from which they have been partially separated. The long mourning is ended by the creation of the ancestor shrine and by the final redistribution of the dead man's rights and duties among those who survive him.