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SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('ARRAS CULTURE The Arras culture is one of several regional cultures that existed in BRITAIN during the IRON AGE. It is clearly distinguishable from most of its local contemporaries by the culture’s uncommon burial rites, which are more reminiscent of Continental European&nbsp;La Tene practices than those of Iron Age Britain. The custom of burying the deceased&nbsp;with their chariots (see chariot; vehicle burials) and of burying individuals within square&nbsp;ENCLOSURES (or possibly square barrows with a surrounding ditch) is largely unknown in&nbsp;the rest of the British Iron Age. However, it is noteworthy that the Arras vehicles are&nbsp;usually disassembled, a practice less commonly seen in the continental chariot burials.\n \nThese Arras burials are confined to a restricted area in east Yorkshire (see map). The recently discovered outlying chariot burial from Edinburgh (Dun Eideann)&nbsp;appears to correspond more closely to the Continental rite. Chronologically, the&nbsp;Arras buri') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('ARRAS CULTURE The Arras culture is one of several regional cultures that existed in BRITAIN during the IRON AGE. It is clearly distinguishable from most of its local contemporaries by the culture’s uncommon burial rites, which are more reminiscent of Continental European&nbsp;La Tene practices than those of Iron Age Britain. The custom of burying the deceased&nbsp;with their chariots (see chariot; vehicle burials) and of burying individuals within square&nbsp;ENCLOSURES (or possibly square barrows with a surrounding ditch) is largely unknown in&nbsp;the rest of the British Iron Age. However, it is noteworthy that the Arras vehicles are&nbsp;usually disassembled, a practice less commonly seen in the continental chariot burials.\n \nThese Arras burials are confined to a restricted area in east Yorkshire (see map). The recently discovered outlying chariot burial from Edinburgh (Dun Eideann)&nbsp;appears to correspond more closely to the Continental rite. Chronologically, the&nbsp;Arras buri') AND id != 27892 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-15 01:02:13' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5