Crown of Thorns and Nails 2: Symbolizes our Lord's Passion.
Jesus as a Palestinian: Artist Richard Neave used historical records to render a likeness of a 1st Century Jew from Palestine, in order to suggest a likeness for Jesus.
Ascension: Usually pictured as shown, though sometimes Elijah's chariot of fire is employed as a symbol.
Jesus and Children: Jesus loved children.
The three Latin crosses represent the crucifixion location at Calvary (Golgotha). Jesus was crucified between two other convicted criminals.
IHS ancient form: An ancient depiction of the first three letters (iota ι, eta η, sigma σ) of the Greek spelling of Jesus (Ιησούς). The bar above the eta denotes 'abbreviation'.
Chi Rho: The first two letters, Chi (Χ) and Rho (Ρ), of the Greek word for Christ (Χριστός).
Three-Rayed Nimbus: Signifies divinity and is used only with any Person of the Trinity (including the dove and lamb). Rays of light were ancient emblems of divine power.
I.N.R.I.: Initial letters for Latin inscription on the cross: Jesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum, "Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews." Symbol for Jesus.
Shepherd: This symbol, found in the Catacombs, reminds us of the loving care of Jesus, the Good Shepherd.
Crown and Cross: These symbolize the reward of the faithful in the life after death to those who believe in the crucified Savior. "Be thou faithful unto death and I will give thee the Crown of Life", Rev. 2:10.
Aureole: An elongated nimbus used only as surrounding the entire body of our Lord, or the Virgin and Child.
Chi Rho with Alpha and Omega in a Circle: Symbol for Christ within symbol for eternity (circle), signifying the eternal existence of our Lord.
IHS modern form: A modern depiction of the first three letters (iota ι, eta η·, sigma σ‚) of the Greek spelling of Jesus (Ιησούς). The bar above the eta denotes 'abbreviation'.
Escallop Shell with Drops of Water: A symbol of our Lord's baptism.
Jesus Christ, Conqueror: Consists of Greek cross with abbreviated Greek words for Jesus Christ (abbreviations indicated by horizontal lines), and ΝΙΚΑ. My original source translates this as CONQUEROR, web visitor Pfarrerin translates this as VICTORY, and Babelfish translates it as OVERCOME.
Baptism of Jesus: The baptism of Jesus.