Four bands, all attributable to the main lead centres, have been detected in the emission spectrum of CsCl:Pb crystals. Their spectral and kinetic characteristics have been studied from 1.8 K up to 300 K, and the parameters of the corresponding relaxed excited states (RES) are calculated. It has been shown that the new model proposed by us recently for the RES structure of the luminescence centre in CsI:Tl is valid for CsCl:Pb as well. Two ultraviolet emission bands (at 4.0-3.9 eV and 3.55 eV) excited mainly in the A absorption band of Pb2+ Vc- centres (4.65 eV) are ascribed to electronic transitions from Jahn-Teller minima of two types of the triplet RES of the Pb2+ ion. The higher-energy band is split into two components due to the presence of a cation vacancy (Vc-) near Pb2+. Two visible bands (at 2.6 eV and 1.97 eV) are connected to two different off-centre configurations of excitons localized near the Pb2+ ion.