In his Latin translation of Plato's Letter VII 326b-c Leonardo Bruni used the already existing translation of the passage made by Cicero. The paper shows how the Florentine humanist treated the version of his master: he reproduced it with slight modifications caused by his desire for originality.
In his edition of Pro Milone A. C. Clark has misreported numerous readings of two Florentine manuscripts: Laur. XXIII Sin. 3 and BN J.IV. 4. This paper presents a list of mistakes and the relevant true readings of the MSS.