I'm wondering about the usage of the words conscript and conscribe in terms of the meaning they share.
I went to use the word conscripted as in "conscripted for duty", and the word conscribe also came to mind, and I wasn't sure which to use. Looking around it seems like conscribe isn't used much and isn't in all dictionaries. Is it an outdated version of the same word from Latin?
Also, what about the preposition? I see instances of both "conscripted into" and "conscripted for" in Google results. Is there a difference?