Julius Caesar was one ... the head of the college of priests in Rome, that is. It was a position bestowed for life. During the republic, the priests were responsible for organizing the state religion. They determined the dates of the festivals, established the days when legal business could be conducted, and recorded the main events of the year. Therefore, the high priest was particularly powerful. He was Jupiter's main man and

Head Honcho

Pontifex Maximus,
"Builder of bridges" in
Latin it means,
Headed the state's role in
Supervised priests and the
Vestals it seems.