Why inscriptio and not inscriptionem? I was thinking it's accusative and the -em ending would fit.
It is because in the Latin it is more literally "the inscription is pleasing to/for me". Inscriptio is what is doing the action (in this case 'pleasing').
Thanks. That makes sense.
I'm confused if inscription is the subject, why is it not in nominative?
Is it dative?
As in, the For the inscription pleases me?
Inscriptio is in the nominative. It is a third declension.
Can someone tell me the gender and case of 'inscription' here?
Feminine nominative singular.