Two problems in a glosserd Genesis from southern France. The topic is the double narrative of the Creation of Man.
This problem is another siglum / abbreviation using ‘z’. In this case it is not shorthand for ‘-que.’ But what is this cluster of letters near the end of the fifth line and what does it mean, please. [fz?sz?n/v?ot/r?e]
ALCUINus . Quattuor modis operatur deus./ Primo in uerbo .ii. inmateria informi .Vn. . [quunum] e/ternum creavit omnia simul .tertio. per opera .vi. diebus varias distinx creaturas .quarto. ex primordialibus / seminibus, non incognitae oriuntur naturae [fz?sz?n/v?ot/r?e] saepius / ne pereant reformantur.
My translation so far: God operates in four modes. First, in the Word. .ii. in unformed material .The One. [quunum] eternal/eternity created all things simultaneously .thirdly. through works in .six. days he distinguished various creatures. .Fourthly. from primordial seeds, there arose natures not unknown [fz?sz?n/v?ot/r?e] quite often are formed again so that they do not perish.