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Error Number: 1114
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The table '(temporary)' is full
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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Wine production and selling (H5-11) Literary sources provide a little information about Pompeian wine production (H5), and pioneering excavations by Jashemski since the 1960s have uncovered some commercial vineyards within the town. Most of our archaeological evidence, however, relates to the selling and consumption of wine.&nbsp;It is possible to deduce the origin of an amphora from its shape, material and&nbsp;labels, and this information reveals how diverse the orgins were of the wine&nbsp;drunk in the town. A case study of the amphorae found on the premises of&nbsp;a wine dealer adds more detail to this picture of diversity by tracing the&nbsp;geographical distribution of one wine-seller’s suppliers. Graffiti and paintings cast further light upon aspects of the everyday consumption of wine and&nbsp;of the choice available to the drinker.\n \nTypes of vine (H5)\n \nColumella, On Agriculture 3.2.27, also mentions the Horconian and ‘Pompeian’ Murgentine vines. It is possible that ‘Horconi') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Wine production and selling (H5-11) Literary sources provide a little information about Pompeian wine production (H5), and pioneering excavations by Jashemski since the 1960s have uncovered some commercial vineyards within the town. Most of our archaeological evidence, however, relates to the selling and consumption of wine.&nbsp;It is possible to deduce the origin of an amphora from its shape, material and&nbsp;labels, and this information reveals how diverse the orgins were of the wine&nbsp;drunk in the town. A case study of the amphorae found on the premises of&nbsp;a wine dealer adds more detail to this picture of diversity by tracing the&nbsp;geographical distribution of one wine-seller’s suppliers. Graffiti and paintings cast further light upon aspects of the everyday consumption of wine and&nbsp;of the choice available to the drinker.\n \nTypes of vine (H5)\n \nColumella, On Agriculture 3.2.27, also mentions the Horconian and ‘Pompeian’ Murgentine vines. It is possible that ‘Horconi') AND id != 66729 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 11:11:10' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5