Hutu Murambi III was located and found in early 1970s by a team of archaeologists excavating what they thought to be a mass disaster grave. Hutu Murambi III was found in Central Africa in the outside the town of Kayanza in the small country of Burundi. Hutu Murambi III is presumed to have lived sometime back in 800 A.D. The excavation of the site took place through a pedestal method of recovery and the located a number of items along side Hutu Murambi II.
|Hutu Murambi III|
|Name(s)||Hutu Murambi III|
|Date(s)||Found : July 2015|
|Site||Outside of Kayanza|
Hutu Murambi III has opened our eyes to Burundi in 800 AD. Hutu will continue to under go careful tests so we can continue to understand more about people in Burundi in that time era. Although we cannot make broad generalizations about the people of Burundi in 800 AD. Hutu allows the continuation and cultivations of evidence and understanding to continue. Hutu now lies at the British museum in London England and will continue to provide insight into the study of people and culture.