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Take a look at Mechon Mamre's text of Eicha. It looks like in the first, second, and fourth prakim, there is a setumah between every pasuk, and a petuchah at the end of the perek. In the third perek, the setumah is after every 3rd pasuk. In the fifth perek, there is a petuchah after verse 18 (עַ֤ל הַר־צִיּוֹן֙ שֶׁשָּׁמֵ֔ם). However, this is not uniform. ...


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According to this article on Seforimblog: It turns out that pe preceded ayin in the order of the alphabet in ancient Israel!



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