Rome's most famous ruler, conqueror, writer, et alia.
victorious general and subsequent dictator of Rome who was assassinated on the Ides of March in 44 B.C.
(ee-YOO-lee-us KAI-sar) -- (about 100 - 44 BCE). Roman general and dictator (Caesar). Of astronomical importance because of his decision to reform and regularize the Roman calendar, leading to the adoption of the Julian Calendar.