Definitions for "Julius Caesar"
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.