Mark Greengrass

Britain's first information scientist? Mark Greengrass tells the story of a remarkable 17th- century polymath and of the modern enterprise to re-categorise and evaluate, with the aid of the modern computer, his archive of knowledge.

‘Henry III and the Murder of Guise’, December 23rd,  1588, from Guizot’s A Popular History of France, c.1885, which disparages Henry’s reign.

'For sale, our tyrant King! Five shillings and you can string him up'. Mark Greengrass probes the motives behind and reaction to the murder of France's last Valois monarch.