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IHS ('Iesus Hominum Salvator') - symbol of Christ (11D113)

Usually interpreted as meaning Iesus Hominum Salvator (Jesus, Saviour of Men) from the Latin, but other English alternatives such as 'I Have Suffered' are in use. See the Catholic Encyclopedia. The monogram also occurs as IHC.

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  Sanctuary Windows Sanctuary Windows
firm/studio: Celtic Studios
Church of the Holy Spirit, Prestatyn, Flintshire
  Angels Angels
firm/studio: probably Burlison & Grylls
about 1890
Church of St Catherine, Llanfaes, Anglesey
west wall of the south aisle
  IHS Monogram IHS Monogram
about 1905
Church of All Saints, Llangorwen, Ceredigion
  Christian Symbols Christian Symbols
firm/studio: Celtic Studios
Furnace Mission Church, Furnace, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire
(liturgical) east wall
  Instruments of the Passion    from    Various Symbols Instruments of the Passion
from Various Symbols

about 1960-1970
Church of St Tanwg, Harlech, Gwynedd
east end of the church
  IHS Monogram    from    Sacred Monograms IHS Monogram
from Sacred Monograms

about 1883
Church of the Holy Trinity, Tylorstown, Rhondda Cynon Taff
sanctuary apse
  Decorative Ceiling with Vines, IHS and RPC Monograms Decorative Ceiling with Vines, IHS and RPC Monograms
artist: Herbert Luck North
about 1930-1933
Chapel of Church Hostel, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd
chancel ceiling
  Four Doves Four Doves
designer: John Coates Carter
designer: John Pollard Seddon
artist: William Clarke
Church of St Oudoceus, Llandogo, Monmouthshire
  The Crucifixion The Crucifixion
Church of St David, Pantasaph, Flintshire
 Bedydd Sanctaidd   (Holy Baptism) Bedydd Sanctaidd (Holy Baptism)
firm/studio: Celtic Studios
Church of St Michael, Llandre, Ceredigion

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