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 building of Ningirsu’s temple (extract) The building of Ningirsu’s temple is the longest account of temple-building known in Sumerian, and also the longest literary composition in the&nbsp;language. It is inscribed on two large clay cylinders and relates how Gudea,&nbsp;the ruler of the state of Lagas, extended and rebuilt the temple E-ninnu as the&nbsp;magnificent principal earthly residence of the god Ningirsu. The temple&nbsp;complex was in Girsu, the capital of LagaS, a large and flourishing city in the&nbsp;third millennium bce whose patron deity was the god who bore the city’s&nbsp;name, Ningirsu (literally, ‘Lord of Girsu’). Two smaller cities in the same&nbsp;state also play a role in the narrative, Nigin and LagaS, the latter being the city&nbsp;after which the state was named.\n \nGiven the impressive appearance of the cylinders, it is possible that they were displayed within the rebuilt temple, commemorating the building&nbsp;work of which they give a dramatized account. H') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The building of Ningirsu’s temple (extract) The building of Ningirsu’s temple is the longest account of temple-building known in Sumerian, and also the longest literary composition in the&nbsp;language. It is inscribed on two large clay cylinders and relates how Gudea,&nbsp;the ruler of the state of Lagas, extended and rebuilt the temple E-ninnu as the&nbsp;magnificent principal earthly residence of the god Ningirsu. The temple&nbsp;complex was in Girsu, the capital of LagaS, a large and flourishing city in the&nbsp;third millennium bce whose patron deity was the god who bore the city’s&nbsp;name, Ningirsu (literally, ‘Lord of Girsu’). Two smaller cities in the same&nbsp;state also play a role in the narrative, Nigin and LagaS, the latter being the city&nbsp;after which the state was named.\n \nGiven the impressive appearance of the cylinders, it is possible that they were displayed within the rebuilt temple, commemorating the building&nbsp;work of which they give a dramatized account. H') AND id != 62512 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 12:16:31' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5