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 ('The Great King’s road trip The smooth running of the Empire was facilitated by an excellent infrastructure. While first-rate roads connected all of the main satrapal&nbsp;centres with the imperial core, the most important of these highways&nbsp;was undoubtedly the Royal Road, which connected Sardis to Persepolis&nbsp;via Susa and Babylon; an eastern branch led first to Ecbatana and&nbsp;thence onwards to Bactra and Pashwar, while another road (principally noticeable in the correspondence of the Egyptian satrap Arsama)&nbsp;connected Persepolis to Egypt via Damascus and Jerusalem. The roads&nbsp;were measured in six-kilometre intervals (parasangs) and road stations were set up around every twenty-eight kilometres of the route to&nbsp;accommodate the quick change of fresh horses for any imperial messenger carrying official documents (see Potts 2008). Herodotus (5.53)&nbsp;estimated that the distance from Susa to Sardis, 450 parasangs, could&nbsp;be covered in ninety days. Administrative ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Great King’s road trip The smooth running of the Empire was facilitated by an excellent infrastructure. While first-rate roads connected all of the main satrapal&nbsp;centres with the imperial core, the most important of these highways&nbsp;was undoubtedly the Royal Road, which connected Sardis to Persepolis&nbsp;via Susa and Babylon; an eastern branch led first to Ecbatana and&nbsp;thence onwards to Bactra and Pashwar, while another road (principally noticeable in the correspondence of the Egyptian satrap Arsama)&nbsp;connected Persepolis to Egypt via Damascus and Jerusalem. The roads&nbsp;were measured in six-kilometre intervals (parasangs) and road stations were set up around every twenty-eight kilometres of the route to&nbsp;accommodate the quick change of fresh horses for any imperial messenger carrying official documents (see Potts 2008). Herodotus (5.53)&nbsp;estimated that the distance from Susa to Sardis, 450 parasangs, could&nbsp;be covered in ninety days. Administrative ') AND id != 54487 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-18 17:15:20' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5