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SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Nature of the Epic Cycle Early epics were part of a mythological system of great scope and depth. Though the poems commonly had the purpose of providing mythical foundations for specific locations, they could encompass large chunks of the divine and heroic past. Local myth was&nbsp;embedded within a Panhellenic sense of the Greek heroic age and often reached back to&nbsp;the origins of the gods as well. Our modern sense of mythological ‘‘cycles’’ is often an&nbsp;artificial construct (Foley 1999a), but in antiquity a coherent yet flexible account of the&nbsp;mythological past was assumed as the background for epic verse. In this sense the Epic&nbsp;Cycle represents a literary manifestation of a longstanding notional arrangement of early&nbsp;Greek myth. But the Epic Cycle is far from comprehensive, and by no means should the&nbsp;Cycle poems be considered the sole or most authoritative narratives of their myth.\n \nIt is not clear exactly how many poems were part of the Epic Cycle (see D') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Nature of the Epic Cycle Early epics were part of a mythological system of great scope and depth. Though the poems commonly had the purpose of providing mythical foundations for specific locations, they could encompass large chunks of the divine and heroic past. Local myth was&nbsp;embedded within a Panhellenic sense of the Greek heroic age and often reached back to&nbsp;the origins of the gods as well. Our modern sense of mythological ‘‘cycles’’ is often an&nbsp;artificial construct (Foley 1999a), but in antiquity a coherent yet flexible account of the&nbsp;mythological past was assumed as the background for epic verse. In this sense the Epic&nbsp;Cycle represents a literary manifestation of a longstanding notional arrangement of early&nbsp;Greek myth. But the Epic Cycle is far from comprehensive, and by no means should the&nbsp;Cycle poems be considered the sole or most authoritative narratives of their myth.\n \nIt is not clear exactly how many poems were part of the Epic Cycle (see D') AND id != 65042 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 18:31:58' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5