elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,


Lee Rowan commented on how she didn't know about the relationship of Sir Alan Bates with his chef/gardener when she wrote her novella. And so I thought, why don't give another access to the various bios I'm posting, something that allow people to browse it for historical period? And here you go, the timeline of my LGBT bio posts, clicking on each link you can access the specific period with all bios listed for date of birth:

< 0

0 - 100

101 - 200

301 - 400

1201 - 1300

1301 - 1400

1401 - 1500

1501 - 1600

1601 - 1700

1701 - 1800

1801 - 1875

1876 - 1900

1901 - 1913

1914 - 1929

1930 - 1950

1951 - 2000

and this is the link for the summary page:


out of curiosity, the first bio is

Virgil (October 15, 70 BC – September 21, 19 BC)

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