No, as far as landmasses go, his empire did not span "most" of what we know today as Europe. But it did span much of Western Continental Europe, and the entire coastal areas surrounding the Mediterranean.
Free historical hint: The first Roman Emperor to use the name 'Caesar' without being given it at birth was the usurper Servius Galba, who claimed the title "Imperator Caesar" in AD 68. So while the man I'm thinking about has 'Caesar' in his name, it was a family name and not a title.
You may be thinking about the rumor that Julius Caesar made the hoop earring famous, but at this time in history, most men and women commonly wore earrings as a status symbol. It's possible that all emperors had their ears pierced.
Okay got a question.....we know about Paul Revere, he was captured and someone had to finish the ride for him. Plus other men helped him. It really makes me angry Sybil Ludington gets no mention or credit. She rode further that Revere. Why?