The King Abdul Aziz database:
The King Abdul-Aziz Database is a bibliographic base, comprising everything published about King Abdul-Aziz or the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during his reign in all dimensions or aspects: history, politics, society, economics, culture, education, ideas, health and development. The database covers all types of information containers, including books, articles from periodicals, university theses, documents and proceedings of conferences, symposia, etc.
In addition to the Arabic language, the database covers intellectual production published in any living language (especially English, French and German) dealing with the history of the Kingdom from the birth of King Abdul-Aziz in 1293 AH/ 1876 AD until the day of his death in 1373 AH/ 1953 AD. The database also includes all the books about King Abdul-Aziz's death.
There are 13,464 bibliographic recordings in this database, including 8,290 in Arabic and 5,172 in other languages.
The Equestrian Database
The Library has established an Equestrian database to support the Equestrian Research Centre and as a service to researchers and others interested in this field. The database contains 2,326 bibliographic recordings, representing Arab and foreign intellectual production published on this subject, including a collection of books, documents, articles from periodicals, and so on.
This database is divided into two subsidiary databases, one for Arab intellectual production and the other for foreign intellectual production. Each record includes all the bibliographic details of the books, periodical articles, or searches within a book or conference, such as: title, author's name, publication data, subject of the book or article, order number (classification and symbol), and the location of the book, document, or periodical where the article is found.
Either of these databases can be searched using any of the permitted retrieval items, such as author name, title, subject, and publication data.