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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 ('Brasidas of Sparta Military leader\n \nBorn: Date unknown; place unknown Died: 422 b. c.e.; Amphipolis, Macedonia&nbsp;Also known as: Brasidas, son of Tellis&nbsp;Category: Military\n \nLife Brasidas (BRAS-uh-duhs), the finest Spartan general of the Archi-damian War (431-421 b. c.e.), first gained notice in 431 b. c.e., when he saved the city of Methone from Athenian assault. In subsequent years, he advised&nbsp;Spartan naval commanders, always advocating aggressive action, and gallantly led an unsuccessful landing attempt on Athenian-held Pylos.\n \nIn 424 b. c.e., he rescued the city of Megara from Athenian attack, then marched into Thrace, where he won over various communities, in particular the important Athenian colony of Amphipolis. In 423 b. c.e., he secured&nbsp;two more cities, Mende and Scione, but could not prevent the Athenians&nbsp;from besieging Scione or retaking Mende and other sites. However, when&nbsp;the Athenian leader Cleon went against Amphipolis in 422 b. c.e., Brasida') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Brasidas of Sparta Military leader\n \nBorn: Date unknown; place unknown Died: 422 b. c.e.; Amphipolis, Macedonia&nbsp;Also known as: Brasidas, son of Tellis&nbsp;Category: Military\n \nLife Brasidas (BRAS-uh-duhs), the finest Spartan general of the Archi-damian War (431-421 b. c.e.), first gained notice in 431 b. c.e., when he saved the city of Methone from Athenian assault. In subsequent years, he advised&nbsp;Spartan naval commanders, always advocating aggressive action, and gallantly led an unsuccessful landing attempt on Athenian-held Pylos.\n \nIn 424 b. c.e., he rescued the city of Megara from Athenian attack, then marched into Thrace, where he won over various communities, in particular the important Athenian colony of Amphipolis. In 423 b. c.e., he secured&nbsp;two more cities, Mende and Scione, but could not prevent the Athenians&nbsp;from besieging Scione or retaking Mende and other sites. However, when&nbsp;the Athenian leader Cleon went against Amphipolis in 422 b. c.e., Brasida') AND id != 70127 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 21:04:25' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5