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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 ('Brief History, Including the History of the Definition Experimental archaeology is as old as archaeology itself. The first archaeological experiments probably&nbsp;date back to the sixteenth century, when Renaissance&nbsp;scientists like Agricola and Mercati laid the foundations of elementary scientific archaeology.\n \nThe oldest described experiment we know of originates in Germany when clergyman and archaeologist A. A. Rhode produced a flint axe by himself to support&nbsp;the theory that these objects were man-made. From&nbsp;then onward, both scientists and laymen contributed&nbsp;to the development of a corpus of experiments which&nbsp;archaeologists could use to falsify or verify their hypotheses. Falsification is feasible; nowadays, the opinion&nbsp;is such that verifying hypotheses is impossible, hence&nbsp;only validating them is undertaken.\n \n‘Old’ experiments across Europe and beyond in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries are documented.&nbsp;These were called experiments ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Brief History, Including the History of the Definition Experimental archaeology is as old as archaeology itself. The first archaeological experiments probably&nbsp;date back to the sixteenth century, when Renaissance&nbsp;scientists like Agricola and Mercati laid the foundations of elementary scientific archaeology.\n \nThe oldest described experiment we know of originates in Germany when clergyman and archaeologist A. A. Rhode produced a flint axe by himself to support&nbsp;the theory that these objects were man-made. From&nbsp;then onward, both scientists and laymen contributed&nbsp;to the development of a corpus of experiments which&nbsp;archaeologists could use to falsify or verify their hypotheses. Falsification is feasible; nowadays, the opinion&nbsp;is such that verifying hypotheses is impossible, hence&nbsp;only validating them is undertaken.\n \n‘Old’ experiments across Europe and beyond in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries are documented.&nbsp;These were called experiments ') AND id != 90256 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 03:20:07' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5