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 ('YSTRAD CLUD Ystrad Clud (Strathclyde) is the river valley (Welsh ystrad, Gaelic srath) of the Clyde, now in south-central Scotland (ALBA). This term was used as the name of a kingdom&nbsp;recorded from 872, also known as Cumbria from the mid-10th century. Cludwys (people of the Clyde) occurs in the 10th-century political prophecy ARMES PRYDEIN.&nbsp;Strathclyde has often also been used by modern writers as a shorthand for the kingdom&nbsp;that preceded the destruction of the fortress of Al Clud (Dumbarton Rock) by Vikings&nbsp;in 870. That kingdom centred on the power base of Dumbarton Rock, whose kings&nbsp;were normally referred to in contemporary ANNALS as kings of Al Clud (Gaelic Ail&nbsp;Cluaithe), or simply kings of the Britons. Although these earlier kings may well have&nbsp;controlled much, if not all, of Clydesdale (modern Lanarkshire), it seems as if that polity ended with the events of 870 and Strathclyde marked the start of a new polity. If we&nbsp;take later medieval terri') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('YSTRAD CLUD Ystrad Clud (Strathclyde) is the river valley (Welsh ystrad, Gaelic srath) of the Clyde, now in south-central Scotland (ALBA). This term was used as the name of a kingdom&nbsp;recorded from 872, also known as Cumbria from the mid-10th century. Cludwys (people of the Clyde) occurs in the 10th-century political prophecy ARMES PRYDEIN.&nbsp;Strathclyde has often also been used by modern writers as a shorthand for the kingdom&nbsp;that preceded the destruction of the fortress of Al Clud (Dumbarton Rock) by Vikings&nbsp;in 870. That kingdom centred on the power base of Dumbarton Rock, whose kings&nbsp;were normally referred to in contemporary ANNALS as kings of Al Clud (Gaelic Ail&nbsp;Cluaithe), or simply kings of the Britons. Although these earlier kings may well have&nbsp;controlled much, if not all, of Clydesdale (modern Lanarkshire), it seems as if that polity ended with the events of 870 and Strathclyde marked the start of a new polity. If we&nbsp;take later medieval terri') AND id != 39236 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 18:18:28' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5