Here is another engraving from the McMaster Museum of Art. The translations reads
The Christ accompanies his two companions to Emaus clothed in the style of one who has been travelling.
This depicts Luke 24:13-16. The Biblical passage makes no mention of how Jesus was dressed. Perhaps the writer is trying to explain Luke 24:16, “But their eyes were kept from recognizing him,” by means of an inference of 24:19. “Are you the only visitor to Jerusalem who does not know the things that have happened there in these days?”
The Latin qualifies Christ, hic Christus. hic is usually translated in a way that emphasizes the noun, “this Christ” or “that Christ” but in this case, “the Christ” seemed sufficient.