"Suffer a Sorceress" Author Harry TurtledoveFirst Appearance Ancient EnchantressesPublisher Pocket BooksReprinted NoCollected NoGenre(s) Historical fantasyPublication date 1995 "Suffer a Sorceress" is a short story of historical fantasy, by Harry Turtledove, published in Ancient Enchantresses, edited by Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch, Martin H. Greenberg & Richard Gilliam, DAW, 1995. It has not been reprinted. The story is set in Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine Empire. In 1118, Emperor Alexios Komnenos lies on his deathbed. While his logical successor is his son Prince John, his daughter Princess Anna has her own ambitions. She also has a secret talent for outlawed witchcraft, but soon finds that she is not the only player in the game of occult activity. v • d • e"Suffer a Sorceress"Characters Anna Komnene (POV) · Irene of Hungary · Nikephoros Bryennios · Alexios I Komnenos · John II KomnenosOther Byzantine Empire · Aithiopika · Witchcraft Retrieved from "https://turtledove.fandom.com/wiki/Suffer_a_Sorceress?oldid=314924" Categories: Suffer a Sorceress 1995 Works Fantasy Short Stories Short Stories First Published in an Anthology Short Stories That Have Not Been Collected Short Stories That Have Not Been Reprinted Works Set in the 12th Century Works Set in the Byzantine Empire Works Set in Egypt Works Set in Hungary Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.