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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 ('Severan reforms and the third century While the army of the Severan period remained broadly similar to that of previous centuries in terms of its organization and equipment, the perception conveyed by&nbsp;many of our sources for that period and for the third century in general is that the&nbsp;army became much more important than before in a number of different areas of&nbsp;Roman life, political, social, and economic.\n \nThe famous dying words of Septimius Severus to his sons, as reported by Dio - ‘‘Be harmonious, enrich the soldiers and scorn all other men’’ (Dio 76.15.2-3, tr. Cary) - may be too epigrammatic to be true, and the negative portrayal of the army at this&nbsp;period by Dio and others may be the result of upper-class and metropolitan prejudices. Nevertheless, these views reflect some important consequences of the Severan&nbsp;coup. As Campbell (2002: 119) states, ‘‘the inevitable consequence of the first&nbsp;capture of Rome with an army for 124 years was a closer relatio') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Severan reforms and the third century While the army of the Severan period remained broadly similar to that of previous centuries in terms of its organization and equipment, the perception conveyed by&nbsp;many of our sources for that period and for the third century in general is that the&nbsp;army became much more important than before in a number of different areas of&nbsp;Roman life, political, social, and economic.\n \nThe famous dying words of Septimius Severus to his sons, as reported by Dio - ‘‘Be harmonious, enrich the soldiers and scorn all other men’’ (Dio 76.15.2-3, tr. Cary) - may be too epigrammatic to be true, and the negative portrayal of the army at this&nbsp;period by Dio and others may be the result of upper-class and metropolitan prejudices. Nevertheless, these views reflect some important consequences of the Severan&nbsp;coup. As Campbell (2002: 119) states, ‘‘the inevitable consequence of the first&nbsp;capture of Rome with an army for 124 years was a closer relatio') AND id != 70022 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 21:10:32' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5