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 ('Robert Burgundio (d. 1149) Master of the Templars (1136/1137-1149).\n \nRobert, a son of Rainald Burgundio of Craon and Ennoguena of Vitre, belonged to the Angevin high nobility. After several years in the service of the count of&nbsp;Angouleme and at the court of the dukes of Aquitaine, he&nbsp;dissolved his engagement to the heiress of Chabannes and&nbsp;Confolens and traveled to Outremer. Robert had probably&nbsp;joined the Templars by 1125; he became seneschal of the&nbsp;the order and traveled to the West (1132-1133/1134),&nbsp;where he received important donations on its behalf,&nbsp;including the castle of Barbera in Spain. After the death of&nbsp;Hugo of Payns (1136/1137), Robert became the second&nbsp;master of the order.\n \nRobert returned to the West in 1138. On 29 March 1139, Pope Innocent II issued Omne datum optimum, the Templars’ most important papal privilege, naming Robert as its&nbsp;recipient. William of Tyre listed Robert among the participants of the Second Crusade’s ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Robert Burgundio (d. 1149) Master of the Templars (1136/1137-1149).\n \nRobert, a son of Rainald Burgundio of Craon and Ennoguena of Vitre, belonged to the Angevin high nobility. After several years in the service of the count of&nbsp;Angouleme and at the court of the dukes of Aquitaine, he&nbsp;dissolved his engagement to the heiress of Chabannes and&nbsp;Confolens and traveled to Outremer. Robert had probably&nbsp;joined the Templars by 1125; he became seneschal of the&nbsp;the order and traveled to the West (1132-1133/1134),&nbsp;where he received important donations on its behalf,&nbsp;including the castle of Barbera in Spain. After the death of&nbsp;Hugo of Payns (1136/1137), Robert became the second&nbsp;master of the order.\n \nRobert returned to the West in 1138. On 29 March 1139, Pope Innocent II issued Omne datum optimum, the Templars’ most important papal privilege, naming Robert as its&nbsp;recipient. William of Tyre listed Robert among the participants of the Second Crusade’s ') AND id != 23404 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-26 00:54:51' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5