What was Caesar's significance in rome?

Julius Caeser was a famous military general who conquered Gaul (France) after this the senate demanded he return to Rome and relinquish his command in Gaul. He led his army into Rome with his new allies (Lepidus and Marc Antony) and took control. Lepidus retired shortly after and Antony and Caeser separated Rome. Antony took the East and Caeser took the West with Rome. The Roman senate, led by Brutus thought that Caeser had to much power and they killed him. His step-son, Octavion (Augustus) went to take the throne of Rome and after a civil war with Antony (leaving Antony dead) he reunited the empire and ruled as the first emperor.