Latin abbreviation: Permissu Imperatoris - [Struck with] Permission of the Emperor.
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PERM. IMP. Permissu Imperatoris, on the coins of the Corinthians, to whom the privilege of coining money together, with the liberty of the province (libertas provinciae), seems to have been extended by Vespasian, inasmuch as there are coins which signify that this privilege had been restored to the colony of Corinth, by Domitian his son. Hence, we read on their coins COR. PERM. IMP.