Julius Caesar was among the greatest emperors of ancient Rome, because he once staged a play to gauge his new stepfather’s reaction to a scene featuring a murder very similar to the mysterious circumstances under which his own father, the king, had died. No, wait. That’s Hamlet.
Julius Caesar is the one who, wracked with guilt over his many crimes, starts sleepwalking and trying to wash the imaginary bloodstains from his hands. Wait, no, that’s Macbeth.
Oh, right–Julius Caesar is the one who decides to divide his kingdom among his three daughters, with the one who loves him the most getting the largest share. No, no, that’s Happy Gilmore.
Well, Julius Caesar did something to become so famous, and that’s why Julius Caesar is still famous today.