On to the fifth sentence of the 18th Conlang Relay Text:
ewaþ ñi ē antiēleni nāra anrūēñi ē anērre ī;
This starts with the conjuction ewaþ “yet”, and then the relational ñi. The object of ñi is a double object, antiēleni nāra anrūēñi and anērre. Today’s word, antiēleni, means “past events”. Here it is modified by nāra which means “all, the whole of”. The rest of the phrase I will discuss tomorrow.