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 ('Tables of Rulers \nIn the lists below, many dates, inevitably, are only approximate, and in some cases it is a matter of taste what date or even what ruler one chooses to give&nbsp;(see the notes for some such cases). Co-regencies (with the exception of Philip&nbsp;III and Alexander IV) have generally been ignored to avoid cluttering up the&nbsp;lists, but in the cases of queens who ruled de facto, they had to be included since&nbsp;in those cases there usually was a king de iure as well. Where two rulers each&nbsp;controlled a substantial part of the country in question, both are indicated (with&nbsp;overlapping dates). Numeration of rulers is a modern habit and occasionally&nbsp;confuses more than it clarifies. The ancient convention was to use epithets - both official and unofficial. In the tables below the epithet(s) in most common&nbsp;use in modern scholarship is/are given, and a gloss is attached whenever the&nbsp;epithet’s meaning is transparent.\n \nA History of Greece: 1300 to 3') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Tables of Rulers \nIn the lists below, many dates, inevitably, are only approximate, and in some cases it is a matter of taste what date or even what ruler one chooses to give&nbsp;(see the notes for some such cases). Co-regencies (with the exception of Philip&nbsp;III and Alexander IV) have generally been ignored to avoid cluttering up the&nbsp;lists, but in the cases of queens who ruled de facto, they had to be included since&nbsp;in those cases there usually was a king de iure as well. Where two rulers each&nbsp;controlled a substantial part of the country in question, both are indicated (with&nbsp;overlapping dates). Numeration of rulers is a modern habit and occasionally&nbsp;confuses more than it clarifies. The ancient convention was to use epithets - both official and unofficial. In the tables below the epithet(s) in most common&nbsp;use in modern scholarship is/are given, and a gloss is attached whenever the&nbsp;epithet’s meaning is transparent.\n \nA History of Greece: 1300 to 3') AND id != 59002 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 15:16:56' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5