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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 ('Theodoric and the Ostrogoths in Italy The best-documented example of how Roman and German lived alongside each other is the kingdom of the Ostrogoth Theodoric in Italy (493-526). ‘Ostrogoths’ is&nbsp;the name conventionally given to those Goths who had remained north of the borders of the empire under the domination of the Huns, in contrast to the forerunners&nbsp;of the Visigoths who had fled over the border in the 370s.\n \nAgain it is not clear how far the Ostrogoths were a clearly defined group but certainly peoples from north of the Danube migrated into the Roman empire after the collapse of Attila’s empire in the 450s, and by 484 had been united under a new&nbsp;leader, Theodoric. As with the Visigoths their adherence to Arianism and their own&nbsp;language helped maintain their sense of a separate identity from the Romans. Yet&nbsp;Theodoric had spent ten years of his early life as a hostage in Constantinople&nbsp;(461-71) and so had absorbed some elements of classical culture. Th') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Theodoric and the Ostrogoths in Italy The best-documented example of how Roman and German lived alongside each other is the kingdom of the Ostrogoth Theodoric in Italy (493-526). ‘Ostrogoths’ is&nbsp;the name conventionally given to those Goths who had remained north of the borders of the empire under the domination of the Huns, in contrast to the forerunners&nbsp;of the Visigoths who had fled over the border in the 370s.\n \nAgain it is not clear how far the Ostrogoths were a clearly defined group but certainly peoples from north of the Danube migrated into the Roman empire after the collapse of Attila’s empire in the 450s, and by 484 had been united under a new&nbsp;leader, Theodoric. As with the Visigoths their adherence to Arianism and their own&nbsp;language helped maintain their sense of a separate identity from the Romans. Yet&nbsp;Theodoric had spent ten years of his early life as a hostage in Constantinople&nbsp;(461-71) and so had absorbed some elements of classical culture. Th') AND id != 57161 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 10:58:03' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5