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 Lenaia Like the Anthesteria, the Lenaia was a widespread festival among the Ionians, to judge from the appearances of the winter month name Lenaion in inscriptions. At Athens, the festival was celebrated in the corresponding month&nbsp;Gamelion, and was overseen by the King Archon and officials connected&nbsp;with the Eleusinian mysteries, who organized a procession and musical contest, later expanded to include dramas. These competitions, at which several&nbsp;of Aristophanes’ comedies debuted, were held in the Lenaion, a sanctuary&nbsp;that has left no trace but was probably located in the agora. Little is known&nbsp;about the ritual activities of the Lenaia, except that Dionysos was invoked as&nbsp;“Iakchos, son of Semele, giver of wealth. ” In a custom common to the Lenaia&nbsp;and Anthesteria, scurrilous gibes were cast at the spectators by young men in&nbsp;the processional wagons.21\n \nThe name Lenaia is usually derived from the Ionic term lenai (wild women or mainads), thoug') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Lenaia Like the Anthesteria, the Lenaia was a widespread festival among the Ionians, to judge from the appearances of the winter month name Lenaion in inscriptions. At Athens, the festival was celebrated in the corresponding month&nbsp;Gamelion, and was overseen by the King Archon and officials connected&nbsp;with the Eleusinian mysteries, who organized a procession and musical contest, later expanded to include dramas. These competitions, at which several&nbsp;of Aristophanes’ comedies debuted, were held in the Lenaion, a sanctuary&nbsp;that has left no trace but was probably located in the agora. Little is known&nbsp;about the ritual activities of the Lenaia, except that Dionysos was invoked as&nbsp;“Iakchos, son of Semele, giver of wealth. ” In a custom common to the Lenaia&nbsp;and Anthesteria, scurrilous gibes were cast at the spectators by young men in&nbsp;the processional wagons.21\n \nThe name Lenaia is usually derived from the Ionic term lenai (wild women or mainads), thoug') AND id != 57507 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-05-22 17:14:16' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5