Syntax and Grammar around Circumstantial Participles in Ancient Greek

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used to negate all circumstantial participles but conditionals οὐ (revised)
used to negate conditional circumstantial participles μή (revised)
are circumstantial participles in attribute position? no  
καίπερ "although" with concessive participle  
ὅμως "nevertheless" with main verb (concessive) (revised)
ἔπειτα "then" with main verb (temporal)  
ἤδη "already" with main verb (temporal)  
τότε "then" with main verb (temporal)  
ἅτε "since", "because" with causal participle  
οἷα "since", "because" with causal participle  
ὡς (non future) "because" with causal participle  
ὡς (future) "in order to" with purpose participle  
what is difference between ἅτε/οἷα and ὡς? ἅτε/οἷα gives the factual reason, ὡς gives the reason assumed by the agent of main verb  

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