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 ('Sacred Way See viae Sacrovir, Julius (d. 21 c. e.) King of the Gallic Aedui In 21 C. E. Sacrovir led an ineffective revolt against ROME,&nbsp;finding support only from within the Aedui and elements&nbsp;of the Treveri. Joined by Julius Florus, a Romanized Gaul,&nbsp;Sacrovir had around 40,000 followers when attacked by&nbsp;Gaius Silius and Visellius Varro, the legates of Germania&nbsp;Superior and inferior. Defeated in battle, Sacrovir fled&nbsp;and later killed himself.\n \nSadducees One of the leading Jewish religious movements, from the Hasmonaean Revolt until the fall of the Great temple of Jerusalem (c. 166 B. C.E.-70 c. E.). The&nbsp;Sadducees probably emerged as a legitimate element of&nbsp;JUDAISM after the Hasmonaean uprising. They believed in&nbsp;the sanctity of the pentateuch, that only those laws actually written down were to be followed. Any others, especially oral traditional laws, were not valid. Further, the&nbsp;Sadducees held that fate had no place in mortal affairs&n') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Sacred Way See viae Sacrovir, Julius (d. 21 c. e.) King of the Gallic Aedui In 21 C. E. Sacrovir led an ineffective revolt against ROME,&nbsp;finding support only from within the Aedui and elements&nbsp;of the Treveri. Joined by Julius Florus, a Romanized Gaul,&nbsp;Sacrovir had around 40,000 followers when attacked by&nbsp;Gaius Silius and Visellius Varro, the legates of Germania&nbsp;Superior and inferior. Defeated in battle, Sacrovir fled&nbsp;and later killed himself.\n \nSadducees One of the leading Jewish religious movements, from the Hasmonaean Revolt until the fall of the Great temple of Jerusalem (c. 166 B. C.E.-70 c. E.). The&nbsp;Sadducees probably emerged as a legitimate element of&nbsp;JUDAISM after the Hasmonaean uprising. They believed in&nbsp;the sanctity of the pentateuch, that only those laws actually written down were to be followed. Any others, especially oral traditional laws, were not valid. Further, the&nbsp;Sadducees held that fate had no place in mortal affairs&n') AND id != 52093 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 20:47:45' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5