Archeologists say they will soon open a human-shaped lead sarcophagus found underneath the floor at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The announcement came after the three-year anniversary of a devastating fire that engulfed the over 850-year-old national monument and shocked the world. The day after the blaze, archeologists were called in to assist with the restoration of the cathedral as workers set to the task of rebuilding. During excavations, archeologists found a number of historical artifacts, including painted sculptures, tombs, and sections of a lost rood screen constructed in 1230. French President Emmanuel Macron pledged to complete reconstruction by April 15, 2024 -- the fifth anniversary of the blaze -- and months before Paris is set to host the summer Olympics.