Ongoing investigations at the small and hitherto unique PPNB mortuary and cult site of Kfar HaHoresh in the Nazareth hills have documented a wide range of funerary practices. These include single and multiple, primary and secondary burials, sometimes including skull removal and modeling.. The associated contextual evidence indicates the clear presence of grave goods, which sometimes also involve animal themes. Together with the unusual demographic profile at the site, these all indicate the necessity of re-evaluating the broader implications of such behaviours concerning the nature and fabric of PPNB society.