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The Error returned was:
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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Theory in Landscape Archaeology Landscape has a long history in archaeology, although that history differs across intellectual traditions,&nbsp;especially in the English-speaking world. Many&nbsp;authors call attention to the etymology of the word,&nbsp;from the Dutch landschap, and its relation to a genre&nbsp;of painting in seventeenth-century Europe. For some,&nbsp;the distinctly Western ‘gaze’ involved, and the perspective views that simultaneously distance the scene&nbsp;and make possessions of its contents, are bound&nbsp;up with the patronage of wealthy landowners underlying the creation of the pictures. For other authors,&nbsp;landscape is more concerned with territory, and with&nbsp;economic or ecological dimensions of nature and&nbsp;environment.\n \nNot surprisingly, theoretical perspectives about landscape in archaeology have changed in tandem&nbsp;with wider intellectual, political, and economic currents, most consistently reflecting attitudes toward&nbsp;forms of human invo') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Theory in Landscape Archaeology Landscape has a long history in archaeology, although that history differs across intellectual traditions,&nbsp;especially in the English-speaking world. Many&nbsp;authors call attention to the etymology of the word,&nbsp;from the Dutch landschap, and its relation to a genre&nbsp;of painting in seventeenth-century Europe. For some,&nbsp;the distinctly Western ‘gaze’ involved, and the perspective views that simultaneously distance the scene&nbsp;and make possessions of its contents, are bound&nbsp;up with the patronage of wealthy landowners underlying the creation of the pictures. For other authors,&nbsp;landscape is more concerned with territory, and with&nbsp;economic or ecological dimensions of nature and&nbsp;environment.\n \nNot surprisingly, theoretical perspectives about landscape in archaeology have changed in tandem&nbsp;with wider intellectual, political, and economic currents, most consistently reflecting attitudes toward&nbsp;forms of human invo') AND id != 89931 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 01:28:01' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5