former names of istanbul

1300 BC: Lygos
667 BC: Byzantion (in the name of their king Byzas, by greeks.)
1. century: Byzantium (Latinization of Byzantion, by romans)
208: Augusta Antonina (in the name of his son, by roman emperor Septimius Severus)
330: Nova Roma (when decided to be the capital, by roman emperor I. Constantin)
395: Constantinopolis
1453: Kustantiniyye (when conquered by ottomans)
1720: Islambol
1780: Kustantiniyye
1915: Darü'l-Hila-fetül Aliye, Darülhilafe
1930: Istanbul