Helen Keller, whose name means light was born June 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. She lost her vision and became mute February 1882 and later worked on behalf of the blind, campaigning that the major cause of blindness in infants was a condition called ophthalma neonatarum.
The Bronze Age is a prehistoric period dated to approximately 3300 BC to 1200 BC. It arose following the Chalcolithic period, in which early metals of copper and gold were crafted, as well as the first alloys of copper and tin, from which bronze is derived.
Born towards the end of 70 BC or beginning of 69 BC, Cleopatra was of Macedonian heritage and reigned as an Egyptian queen, ruling an empire that included Egypt, Cyprus, part of modern-day Libya and other territories in the Middle East.