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 ('The Beginnings of Rome: The Formation of the City The Question of the ‘Origins’\n \nThe question of the ‘origins’ of Rome is a methodological textbook case of the status still nowadays conferred to archaeology in the historical research.&nbsp;As a matter of fact, the ideological background at&nbsp;stake is a major issue. Roughly, the question is to&nbsp;understand how Rome became the ruler of its huge&nbsp;Empire, including Greece: was its destiny written as&nbsp;soon as it was founded? Why Rome, and not another&nbsp;Latial or Etruscan city? This question has been asked&nbsp;by the ancient historians themselves, including the&nbsp;Greek Polybius (e. g., 1.1.5) in the mid-second century&nbsp;BC and the Roman Livy, who wrote, at the time of&nbsp;Augustan ‘restoration’, a year-by-year history of&nbsp;Rome ab urbe condita, ‘since the foundation of the&nbsp;city’. This ideological justification of the power of the&nbsp;city has been regularly updated, from the pontifical&nbsp;states, at the h') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Beginnings of Rome: The Formation of the City The Question of the ‘Origins’\n \nThe question of the ‘origins’ of Rome is a methodological textbook case of the status still nowadays conferred to archaeology in the historical research.&nbsp;As a matter of fact, the ideological background at&nbsp;stake is a major issue. Roughly, the question is to&nbsp;understand how Rome became the ruler of its huge&nbsp;Empire, including Greece: was its destiny written as&nbsp;soon as it was founded? Why Rome, and not another&nbsp;Latial or Etruscan city? This question has been asked&nbsp;by the ancient historians themselves, including the&nbsp;Greek Polybius (e. g., 1.1.5) in the mid-second century&nbsp;BC and the Roman Livy, who wrote, at the time of&nbsp;Augustan ‘restoration’, a year-by-year history of&nbsp;Rome ab urbe condita, ‘since the foundation of the&nbsp;city’. This ideological justification of the power of the&nbsp;city has been regularly updated, from the pontifical&nbsp;states, at the h') AND id != 89211 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 14:06:27' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5