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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Troy II Troy II is the major level of the Early Bronze Age. The walls enclose a roughly circular area some 110m in diameter. Like those of the preceding Troy I, these walls were built of stone foundations&nbsp;with a sun-dried mud brick superstructure. The foundations alone survive, 2m high, made of&nbsp;small, unworked stones. Their exterior surface is battered, that is, sloping, a distinctive characteristic of the walls of Troy in all periods. Towers stood at intervals of 10m. Today, the visitor can&nbsp;admire in particular the south-west gate (Figure 8.3). A long steep ramp leads up to the gateway,&nbsp;laid out on a three-part plan, outer and inner gates with a central room in between. Such a plan&nbsp;allows for a better control of those coming in or out.\n \nThe main buildings inside Troy II are called megarons, after Homer — here, simple long rectangular structures, with a front porch and a larger rectangular room behind. In contrast with later Mycenaean megarons, the Troy II exa') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Troy II Troy II is the major level of the Early Bronze Age. The walls enclose a roughly circular area some 110m in diameter. Like those of the preceding Troy I, these walls were built of stone foundations&nbsp;with a sun-dried mud brick superstructure. The foundations alone survive, 2m high, made of&nbsp;small, unworked stones. Their exterior surface is battered, that is, sloping, a distinctive characteristic of the walls of Troy in all periods. Towers stood at intervals of 10m. Today, the visitor can&nbsp;admire in particular the south-west gate (Figure 8.3). A long steep ramp leads up to the gateway,&nbsp;laid out on a three-part plan, outer and inner gates with a central room in between. Such a plan&nbsp;allows for a better control of those coming in or out.\n \nThe main buildings inside Troy II are called megarons, after Homer — here, simple long rectangular structures, with a front porch and a larger rectangular room behind. In contrast with later Mycenaean megarons, the Troy II exa') AND id != 51069 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 20:09:19' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5