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Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The city plan The Neo-Babylonian city is known from ancient writers Babylonian and Greek, notably the historian Herodotus, and from modern exploration. Major excavations were conducted by German archaeologist Robert Koldewey from 1899 to 1917. Because of the high water table, Koldewey&nbsp;could not reach the earlier levels of Hammurabi’s town, so he had to concentrate on the NeoBabylonian plan. Apart from the Ishtar Gate, the ancient buildings were not well preserved.&nbsp;Already by Seleucid (Hellenistic) times baked bricks were being removed for building projects\n \nElsewhere. Reconstructions have been undertaken in recent decades, however, as part of excavations conducted by the Iraqi Directorate-General of Antiquities.\n \nGreater Babylon covered an area of 850ha, the largest city of ancient Mesopotamia, larger than Nineveh (750ha) and far larger than Ur (60ha). Even the inner city was huge: ca. 400ha. By&nbsp;using the figure of 200 persons per hectare, a standard benchmark for dete') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The city plan The Neo-Babylonian city is known from ancient writers Babylonian and Greek, notably the historian Herodotus, and from modern exploration. Major excavations were conducted by German archaeologist Robert Koldewey from 1899 to 1917. Because of the high water table, Koldewey&nbsp;could not reach the earlier levels of Hammurabi’s town, so he had to concentrate on the NeoBabylonian plan. Apart from the Ishtar Gate, the ancient buildings were not well preserved.&nbsp;Already by Seleucid (Hellenistic) times baked bricks were being removed for building projects\n \nElsewhere. Reconstructions have been undertaken in recent decades, however, as part of excavations conducted by the Iraqi Directorate-General of Antiquities.\n \nGreater Babylon covered an area of 850ha, the largest city of ancient Mesopotamia, larger than Nineveh (750ha) and far larger than Ur (60ha). Even the inner city was huge: ca. 400ha. By&nbsp;using the figure of 200 persons per hectare, a standard benchmark for dete') AND id != 51032 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 20:53:30' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5