1. Brepolis IMB（International Medieval Bibliography 文摘库）
- Current bibliography of articles
- University of Leeds (+ 50 partners)
- All aspects of the European Middle Ages: language, literature, art, history, etc. (multidisciplinary)
- Geographic coverage: Europe, Near East and North Africa
- Period: 300-1500
- 360.000 records
- 10.000 new records each year
- Updated 4x/year
2. Brepolis BBIH（Bibliography of British and Irish History 文摘库）
- Previously known as the Royal Historical Society Bibliography
- British and Irish history and relations with the empire and Commonwealth, from 55 BC to the present
- 470.000 records
- 10.000 new references added annually
- Detailed index of each record
- Contains numerous integrated links to external resources
- (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, the National Register of Archives, Who Was Who, British History Online, Reviews in History, H-Albion Reviews, etc.)
3. Brepolis DLD（Database of Latin Dictionaries）
- Offers 3 kinds of dictionaries:
- Translating dictionaries
- Etymological dictionaries
- Historical dictionaries
- ‘Live Link’ with Library of Latin Texts
- Search on entries
- Search on Latin word forms
- Search on French, English, German, Italian or Spanish word forms
4. Brepolis DMLBS（The Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources）
- The Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources (DMLBS), the first fascicle of which appeared in 1975 and the 17th and last in 2013, is “the most comprehensive dictionary of Medieval Latin to have been produced and the first ever to focus on British Medieval Latin”.
- Covering a particularly long period stretching from Gildas (fl. 540) to William Camden (1600), it is “wholly based on original research”, that is to say on the close reading of thousands of Medieval Latin texts.
- This has been carried out specifically for the purpose of recording their distinctive lexical characteristics, and, as far as possible, using the best available sources, whether original manuscripts or modern critical editions.
- It is also based on systematic searches within computer databases, including the Library of Latin Texts (LLT-A and LLT-B), where many of the texts can be found that make up the sources for the DMLBS.
- The digitised version of the DMLBS, without at all taking away the usefulness of the printed version, presents a real asset in that it allows searching not only by headwords, but also by Latin word-forms, non-Latin word-forms, references and the full text, criteria that can be combined in a single search.