Role of the datives in the following sentence

By Sacratus, in 'Latin Grammar Questions', Jul 7, 2019.

  1. Sacratus New Member

    What is the meaning and role of the datives in this sentence?

    "Quem rem ita fraudi esse non debet, ut pudori nulli mihi duco."
  2. Quasus Civis Illustris

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    Fraudi, pudori: dativus finalis.
    Mihi: dativus commodi.

    Cum dativus finalis & dativus commodi simul usurpantur, constructio dativus duplex dicitur.
    Bitmap and Issacus Divus like this.
  3. Right. The wiki gives suis saluti fuit as another example of the double dative.

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