“I'd rather be not the light in your life The bright day might make me obscure I'd rather be the cold darkness For it remains, unseen, uncertain and unsure” ― Sanhita Baruah, The Farewell and other poems
This granite head (80 cm) is attributed to Caesarion (Ptolemaios XV), son of Cleopatra VII and Julius Caesar. It is part of a statue of about 5 metres in height and dates from the 1st century BC. It was found in Alexandria's ancient harbour opposite the island of Antirhodos.
This irritates me. Anne Frank died in 1945. MLK died in 1968. One died as a result of the holocaust, the other as a result of pushing for civil rights. They are very different points in time. Simply being born in the same year doesn't make their impact on history similar.