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 ('Shamshi-Adad I (reigned ca. 1813-1781 b. c.) The first major king of Assyria during its initial phase of expansion in the early&nbsp;second millennium b. c. An Amorite,&nbsp;Shamshi-Adad seized the throne of Ashur&nbsp;and rapidly carved out an empire that&nbsp;stretched from the Zagros foothills in the&nbsp;east to the central valleys of Syria in the&nbsp;west and encompassed large swaths of&nbsp;northern Babylonia. He placed one of his&nbsp;sons, Ishme-Dagan (reigned ca. 1780-1741&nbsp;B. C.), on the throne of Ekallatum and his&nbsp;other son, Iasmah-Adad, on the throne of&nbsp;Mari. It appears that the father and sons&nbsp;waged almost constant small-scale wars&nbsp;with their neighbors, in the process gaining Assyria many new territories. Most of&nbsp;the evidence for Shamshi-Adad consists of&nbsp;surviving letters found in the royal archive&nbsp;of Mari. These writings reveal him to be a&nbsp;forceful, often impatient man who demanded much from his sons. The following excerpts con') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Shamshi-Adad I (reigned ca. 1813-1781 b. c.) The first major king of Assyria during its initial phase of expansion in the early&nbsp;second millennium b. c. An Amorite,&nbsp;Shamshi-Adad seized the throne of Ashur&nbsp;and rapidly carved out an empire that&nbsp;stretched from the Zagros foothills in the&nbsp;east to the central valleys of Syria in the&nbsp;west and encompassed large swaths of&nbsp;northern Babylonia. He placed one of his&nbsp;sons, Ishme-Dagan (reigned ca. 1780-1741&nbsp;B. C.), on the throne of Ekallatum and his&nbsp;other son, Iasmah-Adad, on the throne of&nbsp;Mari. It appears that the father and sons&nbsp;waged almost constant small-scale wars&nbsp;with their neighbors, in the process gaining Assyria many new territories. Most of&nbsp;the evidence for Shamshi-Adad consists of&nbsp;surviving letters found in the royal archive&nbsp;of Mari. These writings reveal him to be a&nbsp;forceful, often impatient man who demanded much from his sons. The following excerpts con') AND id != 68749 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 21:02:30' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5