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 ('History of Research Investigations of the prehistory of Western Asia began during the late nineteenth century in two subregions: the Caucasus by Germans and Russians, and&nbsp;the Holy Land and adjacent countries by a wave of&nbsp;scholars and educated travelers who searched for its&nbsp;antiquities and who noticed the presence of prehistoric stone tools. This was already at the time when&nbsp;the antiquity of humankind had become an accepted&nbsp;notion in Europe. Hence, the first excavations were&nbsp;carried out at the turn of the century, in Lebanon, by&nbsp;Abbs; P. G. Zumoffen. But it was not until the excavations in 1925 in Wadi Amud caves by F. Turville-Petre, who discovered a fragmentary skull at Zuttiyeh&nbsp;cave, that the search gained momentum. Other&nbsp;scholars who followed and published a considerable&nbsp;amount of new data were D. Garrod, R. Neuville,&nbsp;M. Stekelis, Father J. F. Ewing, and A. Rust. Thus the&nbsp;period between the two World Wars became a Golden&nb') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('History of Research Investigations of the prehistory of Western Asia began during the late nineteenth century in two subregions: the Caucasus by Germans and Russians, and&nbsp;the Holy Land and adjacent countries by a wave of&nbsp;scholars and educated travelers who searched for its&nbsp;antiquities and who noticed the presence of prehistoric stone tools. This was already at the time when&nbsp;the antiquity of humankind had become an accepted&nbsp;notion in Europe. Hence, the first excavations were&nbsp;carried out at the turn of the century, in Lebanon, by&nbsp;Abbs; P. G. Zumoffen. But it was not until the excavations in 1925 in Wadi Amud caves by F. Turville-Petre, who discovered a fragmentary skull at Zuttiyeh&nbsp;cave, that the search gained momentum. Other&nbsp;scholars who followed and published a considerable&nbsp;amount of new data were D. Garrod, R. Neuville,&nbsp;M. Stekelis, Father J. F. Ewing, and A. Rust. Thus the&nbsp;period between the two World Wars became a Golden&nb') AND id != 89845 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 06:03:39' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5