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 ('ROMAN LONDON London is undoubtedly Roman Britain\'s greatest legacy. At 138 ha&nbsp;(330 acres), it was the largest city in&nbsp;the province, and served as the&nbsp;centrepiece for a system of&nbsp;communication that has shaped the&nbsp;face of modern Britain. London is&nbsp;today exactly what it was in the&nbsp;beginning: an international&nbsp;commercial metropolis. Ironically,&nbsp;the intensive occupation of London&nbsp;since antiquity means that more&nbsp;Roman material has been found&nbsp;here than at any other Romano-British town. Bombing in World&nbsp;War II and the subsequent&nbsp;redevelopment has led to an almost&nbsp;unending sequence of major&nbsp;excavations and discoveries.\n \nUntil the conquest in 43, the Thames served largely as a tribal&nbsp;boundary. There is no trace of any&nbsp;significant prehistoric settlement in&nbsp;the London area. After the&nbsp;conquest, the Thames became the&nbsp;most important route into the heart&nbsp;of Britain. By the year 50 a bridge&nbs') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('ROMAN LONDON London is undoubtedly Roman Britain\'s greatest legacy. At 138 ha&nbsp;(330 acres), it was the largest city in&nbsp;the province, and served as the&nbsp;centrepiece for a system of&nbsp;communication that has shaped the&nbsp;face of modern Britain. London is&nbsp;today exactly what it was in the&nbsp;beginning: an international&nbsp;commercial metropolis. Ironically,&nbsp;the intensive occupation of London&nbsp;since antiquity means that more&nbsp;Roman material has been found&nbsp;here than at any other Romano-British town. Bombing in World&nbsp;War II and the subsequent&nbsp;redevelopment has led to an almost&nbsp;unending sequence of major&nbsp;excavations and discoveries.\n \nUntil the conquest in 43, the Thames served largely as a tribal&nbsp;boundary. There is no trace of any&nbsp;significant prehistoric settlement in&nbsp;the London area. After the&nbsp;conquest, the Thames became the&nbsp;most important route into the heart&nbsp;of Britain. By the year 50 a bridge&nbs') AND id != 54516 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 00:03:13' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5