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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 ('Discussion Ust-Kan is our largest assemblage, containing 17.7% of the 9360-piece grand total. As such, it is for statistical sample size considerations the best of our 29 assemblages. For&nbsp;example, the decidedly low frequency of Ust-Kan cranial pieces cannot rationally be&nbsp;attributed to sampling error. Some heads may have been cut off before the remaining&nbsp;carcasses were hauled up the steep climb to the cave entrance, where further butchering and&nbsp;bone breakage can be shown to have occurred within the cave. On the other hand, head&nbsp;parts left in the cave may have been scavenged by hyenas and taken elsewhere. A third&nbsp;possibility is that crania, because of their shape, may have rolled out of the cave more often&nbsp;than less spherical elements. Clearly, there is an interesting taphonomic problem here&nbsp;involving missing heads that cannot simply be dismissed as due to small sample size.\n \nFig. 3.167 Ust-Kan, bone damage. Side A. Digestive pits and the feathere') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Discussion Ust-Kan is our largest assemblage, containing 17.7% of the 9360-piece grand total. As such, it is for statistical sample size considerations the best of our 29 assemblages. For&nbsp;example, the decidedly low frequency of Ust-Kan cranial pieces cannot rationally be&nbsp;attributed to sampling error. Some heads may have been cut off before the remaining&nbsp;carcasses were hauled up the steep climb to the cave entrance, where further butchering and&nbsp;bone breakage can be shown to have occurred within the cave. On the other hand, head&nbsp;parts left in the cave may have been scavenged by hyenas and taken elsewhere. A third&nbsp;possibility is that crania, because of their shape, may have rolled out of the cave more often&nbsp;than less spherical elements. Clearly, there is an interesting taphonomic problem here&nbsp;involving missing heads that cannot simply be dismissed as due to small sample size.\n \nFig. 3.167 Ust-Kan, bone damage. Side A. Digestive pits and the feathere') AND id != 90253 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 06:58:00' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5