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 Long Decline The erosion of the Aegean and Syrian possessions of the Ptolemies in the late third and early second centuries BC was to leave them with only&nbsp;two foreign provinces: Cyrenaica and Cyprus. Polybius blames the rot&nbsp;squarely on the character deficiencies of Ptolemy IV himself, but the&nbsp;decline of Ptolemaic power lay deeper than the iniquities of a single&nbsp;ruler. In the first place, dynastic schism, which had its roots in the very&nbsp;institutional character of the monarchy itself, became a recurrent&nbsp;feature of Ptolemaic history, generating murderous bouts of internecine strife that at best were enervating and at worst raised instability&nbsp;in the kingdom to a disastrous level. These problems were often aggravated by the fury of the Alexandrian mob, which first surfaced at the&nbsp;death of Ptolemy IV in the lynching of his minister Agathocles—&nbsp;indeed, nothing gives a better picture of their unbridled and vicious&nbsp;temper than Polybius’ descri') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('A Long Decline The erosion of the Aegean and Syrian possessions of the Ptolemies in the late third and early second centuries BC was to leave them with only&nbsp;two foreign provinces: Cyrenaica and Cyprus. Polybius blames the rot&nbsp;squarely on the character deficiencies of Ptolemy IV himself, but the&nbsp;decline of Ptolemaic power lay deeper than the iniquities of a single&nbsp;ruler. In the first place, dynastic schism, which had its roots in the very&nbsp;institutional character of the monarchy itself, became a recurrent&nbsp;feature of Ptolemaic history, generating murderous bouts of internecine strife that at best were enervating and at worst raised instability&nbsp;in the kingdom to a disastrous level. These problems were often aggravated by the fury of the Alexandrian mob, which first surfaced at the&nbsp;death of Ptolemy IV in the lynching of his minister Agathocles—&nbsp;indeed, nothing gives a better picture of their unbridled and vicious&nbsp;temper than Polybius’ descri') AND id != 52752 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-05-22 17:00:42' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5