I'm trying to create a title in latin:

On the Nature of Renewal

where Renewal could be exchanged with Rebirth or Regeneration, and Nature is maybe better as Subject. With this structure, I figured I could follow the structure of Lucretius' text, de Rerum Natura. Unfortunately, it seems that forming adjectives from nouns is more complicated than I'd hoped. Nouns I'm looking at using: renovamen, regeneratio.

I'd like to think, based on my crash-course understanding that I should be able to use:

de Regenerationis Natura or de Renovaminis Natura

If I'm correct, why does Natura come second in these titles?

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