PluperfectThe pluperfect expresses past time and completed aspect.
- Specific Pluperfect: The pluperfect expresses a completed action in past time. Smyth 1952 ἐβεβουλεύμην I had (was) resolved
- Past Simple Conditions: The imperfect, aorist, or pluperfect indicative stands in the protasis and apodosis of past simple conditions. Smyth 2298-2301 “εἴ τέ τι ἄλλο . . . ἐγένετο ἐπικίνδυνον τοῖς Ἕλλησι, πάντων . . . μετέσχομεν” Thuc. 3.54; and if any other danger befell the Greeks, we took our share in all