Σιταράς, Μάδυτος (1971)
Απόστολος Ε. Σιταράς (ιατρός, +1949), Η Μάδυτος, πόλις της Θρακικής Χερσονήσου επί του Ελλησπόντου, Μιχαήλ Χρ. Κατζάκης (επιμ. ύλης), (Πατριωτικαί Εκδόσεις Αγαθοεργού Σωματείου των Μαδυτίων «Ο Ελλήσποντος», Αθήνα 1971)
Apostolos Sitaras, Madytos, City of the Thracian Chersonessus on the Hellespont (in Greek) is a detailed study about the port-town Madytos (Turk. Eceabat) of the Gallipolis Peninsula (European shore of the Dardanelles / Turk. Çanakkale Boğazı). The late Sitaras was a doctor born in Madytos in 1877, thus a member of the Greek Community of this small town with the very long past since she was founded as an Athenian colony.
Sitaras, refugee in Greece after 1922, devoted the last years of his life in the task of collecting documents about his homeland. After his death (1949), his compatriots published his valuable manuscript in an edition of 510 pages with all his handmade designs, maps and plans, and a rich series of archive photos. In this excellent narration the Greek town, completely destroyed between 1911 and 1922, is still alive; history through the millennia, everyday life, prosopography, geography of the Thracian microcosmos and its strategic position on the Straits, as well as the fate of the tragic Madytians who spread all over the world and found refuge in Greece and other European countries, America, Africa, Australia …