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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 ('Burhs A tenet of history — that the Anglo-Saxons shunned all cities as haunted, and therefore preferred to live in isolated farmsteads— has been shown to be more mythical than real. After the Anglo-Saxon conquest, many Roman sites lost their importance. Some&nbsp;cities did indeed fall into disuse, but their decay had already set in under Roman rule.&nbsp;A number of stone-built Roman towns (e. g., London and Colchester) survived and&nbsp;had their defenses rebuilt and maintained until the Middle Ages and even later. The&nbsp;Anglo-Saxon kings of England laid importance upon defended sites. The long and&nbsp;numerous wars between the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes saw the appearance of the&nbsp;so-called burhs, the origin of the modern word borough. The term seems to have&nbsp;come from the Latin word burgus (watchtower), many of which had been erected&nbsp;along the German boundary of the Roman Empire. While Devil’s Dike, Offa’s Dike&nbsp;and Wat’s Dike were mere boundary markers, burhs w') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Burhs A tenet of history — that the Anglo-Saxons shunned all cities as haunted, and therefore preferred to live in isolated farmsteads— has been shown to be more mythical than real. After the Anglo-Saxon conquest, many Roman sites lost their importance. Some&nbsp;cities did indeed fall into disuse, but their decay had already set in under Roman rule.&nbsp;A number of stone-built Roman towns (e. g., London and Colchester) survived and&nbsp;had their defenses rebuilt and maintained until the Middle Ages and even later. The&nbsp;Anglo-Saxon kings of England laid importance upon defended sites. The long and&nbsp;numerous wars between the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes saw the appearance of the&nbsp;so-called burhs, the origin of the modern word borough. The term seems to have&nbsp;come from the Latin word burgus (watchtower), many of which had been erected&nbsp;along the German boundary of the Roman Empire. While Devil’s Dike, Offa’s Dike&nbsp;and Wat’s Dike were mere boundary markers, burhs w') AND id != 18299 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-02-24 18:29:07' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5