MySQL Error!
MySQL error in file: /engine/modules/show.full.php at line 1128
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 ('A NATION IS BORN From the beginning of the First Dynasty, the Nile valley and Delta, from Elephantine to the Mediterranean coast, was under the control of a single government, presided over by&nbsp;a king from the Thinite royal family. Although the First Dynasty kings chose to be buried&nbsp;in their ancestral royal necropolis at Abydos, for at least part of the year they probably&nbsp;resided at and governed from a new capital city, located strategically at the junction of&nbsp;Upper and Lower Egypt, ‘the balance of the two lands’. The foundation of Memphis as&nbsp;the national administrative centre really represents the culmination of the unification&nbsp;process. The earliest elite tomb at North Saqqara dates to the reign of Aha (c. 2950 BC),&nbsp;but burial activity at Helwan—which served as the capital’s second cemetery—began at&nbsp;least as early as the reign of ‘Ka’ (cf. Saad 1947:111 and 112, figs 11-12). It was ‘Ka’s’&nbsp;successor and Aha’s predecessor, Narmer (probably the') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('A NATION IS BORN From the beginning of the First Dynasty, the Nile valley and Delta, from Elephantine to the Mediterranean coast, was under the control of a single government, presided over by&nbsp;a king from the Thinite royal family. Although the First Dynasty kings chose to be buried&nbsp;in their ancestral royal necropolis at Abydos, for at least part of the year they probably&nbsp;resided at and governed from a new capital city, located strategically at the junction of&nbsp;Upper and Lower Egypt, ‘the balance of the two lands’. The foundation of Memphis as&nbsp;the national administrative centre really represents the culmination of the unification&nbsp;process. The earliest elite tomb at North Saqqara dates to the reign of Aha (c. 2950 BC),&nbsp;but burial activity at Helwan—which served as the capital’s second cemetery—began at&nbsp;least as early as the reign of ‘Ka’ (cf. Saad 1947:111 and 112, figs 11-12). It was ‘Ka’s’&nbsp;successor and Aha’s predecessor, Narmer (probably the') AND id != 51277 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-19 17:31:01' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5