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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 ('Authors, Texts, and Artifacts Our views about the medicine practiced at Rome from the second century bce until the collapse of the empire in the seventh century ce are heavily influenced by the&nbsp;medical writings that survived to modern times. Additional information about&nbsp;the profession from an empire-wide perspective and the healing methods employed&nbsp;throughout the Mediterranean world can be drawn from a variety of other sources.&nbsp;There are accounts of illnesses in non-medical writers; the inscriptions medici and&nbsp;medicae placed on their tombs in the Latin-speaking west, or iatroi and iatrinai in&nbsp;the Greek-speaking east; the papyri of medical content from the dry sands of the&nbsp;province of Egypt which provide a glimpse of medical literature otherwise lost;&nbsp;amulets and charms that claimed healing properties which have been found throughout the empire. Nonetheless, the writers, such as the Greeks Soranus of Ephesus and&nbsp;Galen of Pergamum, both of who') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Authors, Texts, and Artifacts Our views about the medicine practiced at Rome from the second century bce until the collapse of the empire in the seventh century ce are heavily influenced by the&nbsp;medical writings that survived to modern times. Additional information about&nbsp;the profession from an empire-wide perspective and the healing methods employed&nbsp;throughout the Mediterranean world can be drawn from a variety of other sources.&nbsp;There are accounts of illnesses in non-medical writers; the inscriptions medici and&nbsp;medicae placed on their tombs in the Latin-speaking west, or iatroi and iatrinai in&nbsp;the Greek-speaking east; the papyri of medical content from the dry sands of the&nbsp;province of Egypt which provide a glimpse of medical literature otherwise lost;&nbsp;amulets and charms that claimed healing properties which have been found throughout the empire. Nonetheless, the writers, such as the Greeks Soranus of Ephesus and&nbsp;Galen of Pergamum, both of who') AND id != 59607 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 20:33:34' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5