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 ('The First Occupations (Before 10 000 BP) Given the environmental conditions described above, it is not surprising that the oldest traces of human presence, prior to the definitive retreat of the glaciers, were&nbsp;detected in moderate altitude regions that were never&nbsp;directly affected by glaciations. These were either&nbsp;regions where the glaciers were small, such as on the&nbsp;Colombia plateaus, or valleys and intra-mountainous&nbsp;basins not attained by the extremities of the glaciers, all&nbsp;located at an altitude below 3000 m. The first traces&nbsp;date to around 15 000 BP: Pikimachay Cave (2850 m),&nbsp;in the Ayacucho basin of Peru, yielded an occupation&nbsp;sequence that appears to begin around 14 000 BP with&nbsp;the Ayacucho phase (14150 ± 180 BP). We must note,&nbsp;however, that Richard MacNeish wanted to push the&nbsp;occupation nearly 10 000 years back. According to him,&nbsp;during a first Paccaicasa phase (25 000-15 000 BP),&nbsp;crude stone tools (choppers ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The First Occupations (Before 10 000 BP) Given the environmental conditions described above, it is not surprising that the oldest traces of human presence, prior to the definitive retreat of the glaciers, were&nbsp;detected in moderate altitude regions that were never&nbsp;directly affected by glaciations. These were either&nbsp;regions where the glaciers were small, such as on the&nbsp;Colombia plateaus, or valleys and intra-mountainous&nbsp;basins not attained by the extremities of the glaciers, all&nbsp;located at an altitude below 3000 m. The first traces&nbsp;date to around 15 000 BP: Pikimachay Cave (2850 m),&nbsp;in the Ayacucho basin of Peru, yielded an occupation&nbsp;sequence that appears to begin around 14 000 BP with&nbsp;the Ayacucho phase (14150 ± 180 BP). We must note,&nbsp;however, that Richard MacNeish wanted to push the&nbsp;occupation nearly 10 000 years back. According to him,&nbsp;during a first Paccaicasa phase (25 000-15 000 BP),&nbsp;crude stone tools (choppers ') AND id != 90308 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 07:11:39' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5