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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. ...


According to the haqdamah of the Mishneh Torah, it seems that any book(s) or commentary(s) which may have arisen after the hhatimath ha-talmudh ("the sealing of the Talmudh") - such as the writings of the geonim or even the Rambam's own book - are measured by their faithfulness to the halakhic and aggadic literature bequeathed to us by Hazal and their ...

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