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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 ('Other Archaeological Classifications Although the vast majority of archaeological classifications are concerned either with cultures or with artifacts, there are classifications also of house and&nbsp;building types, of burial types, of petroglyph and&nbsp;pictograph types, and of artistic styles. Some of&nbsp;these, like some of the artifact classifications, predate the beginnings of scientific archaeology. As far&nbsp;back as the 1750s, William Stukeley devised a classification of British earth mounds and megalithic&nbsp;monuments. A generation later, Colt and Cunnington&nbsp;proposed a fivefold classification of English barrow&nbsp;types. In North America, Caleb Atwater in 1820 and&nbsp;Squier and Davis in 1848 proposed classifications of&nbsp;earth mound types.\n \nThe classification of houses and of burials has always gone hand-in-hand with culture classification,&nbsp;much as did the classification of artifacts before the&nbsp;1930s. Indeed the various monument types designated by ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Other Archaeological Classifications Although the vast majority of archaeological classifications are concerned either with cultures or with artifacts, there are classifications also of house and&nbsp;building types, of burial types, of petroglyph and&nbsp;pictograph types, and of artistic styles. Some of&nbsp;these, like some of the artifact classifications, predate the beginnings of scientific archaeology. As far&nbsp;back as the 1750s, William Stukeley devised a classification of British earth mounds and megalithic&nbsp;monuments. A generation later, Colt and Cunnington&nbsp;proposed a fivefold classification of English barrow&nbsp;types. In North America, Caleb Atwater in 1820 and&nbsp;Squier and Davis in 1848 proposed classifications of&nbsp;earth mound types.\n \nThe classification of houses and of burials has always gone hand-in-hand with culture classification,&nbsp;much as did the classification of artifacts before the&nbsp;1930s. Indeed the various monument types designated by ') AND id != 89870 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-13 05:57:10' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5