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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 ('MARI: THE PALACE OF ZIMRI-LIM The key example of an Old Babylonian city is not Hammurabi’s capital at Babylon, where later constructions of the first millennium BC survive best (see Chapter 10), but Mari, halfway up the&nbsp;Euphrates in modern Syria close to the Iraqi frontier. The evidence provided by the Palace of&nbsp;Zimri-Lim, the principal building of eighteenth-century BC Mari, is well complemented by the&nbsp;important find of over 25,000 clay tablets; together, architecture, art, and texts give us a full&nbsp;picture of the life of this city. Excavations conducted by French teams since 1933 have barely&nbsp;touched the town beyond the walls of the palace. Because the palace by itself seems like a town&nbsp;in miniature, this lack has not drawn much attention until recently.\n \nAlready important in the Early Dynastic period, Mari reached its height during the rule of Zimri-Lim, a regional potentate, ca. 1715—1700 BC. Zimri-Lim and the inhabitants of Mari were&nbsp;Semites. They') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('MARI: THE PALACE OF ZIMRI-LIM The key example of an Old Babylonian city is not Hammurabi’s capital at Babylon, where later constructions of the first millennium BC survive best (see Chapter 10), but Mari, halfway up the&nbsp;Euphrates in modern Syria close to the Iraqi frontier. The evidence provided by the Palace of&nbsp;Zimri-Lim, the principal building of eighteenth-century BC Mari, is well complemented by the&nbsp;important find of over 25,000 clay tablets; together, architecture, art, and texts give us a full&nbsp;picture of the life of this city. Excavations conducted by French teams since 1933 have barely&nbsp;touched the town beyond the walls of the palace. Because the palace by itself seems like a town&nbsp;in miniature, this lack has not drawn much attention until recently.\n \nAlready important in the Early Dynastic period, Mari reached its height during the rule of Zimri-Lim, a regional potentate, ca. 1715—1700 BC. Zimri-Lim and the inhabitants of Mari were&nbsp;Semites. They') AND id != 67208 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-06-05 23:56:59' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5