Yes, it suggests that people did think of the tarot in terms of Petrarch's poem, even one or two hundred years after the invention of the tarot sequence, and thought that Fame should be there, somewhere after 13 and before 17 or 18. So why not give it to the lady with wings? Even if it is rather ill-fitting, given that she is Temperance. But some cad had to have it.The idea .... as a Petrarca Trionfi interpretation.1-5
"star-Moon-Sun and final judgment as end of time" as Time
Other possibilities, in the right place in the sequence: the Star of Bethlehem, in minchiate and Bolognese tarocchi, perhaps chosen because it was the star of glory, fama (this was Shephard's idea).
Also, the Tower could have been given the characteristic falling figures of the Tarot de Marseille to suggest the Tower of Babel, with Nimrod and company being thrown off, as the Golden Legend, Lydgate, and I assume Boccaccio had it: the pursuit of earthly fame to the neglect of God's will. (My suggestion.)
However these are only images, and equally a hundred years and more after the invention. Alciati, etc. have the advantage of the word itself.
In that way it is like the missing virtue of Prudence, which shows up in the Lollio/Imperiali poem as a term for the card with the man hanging by his foot. Which these same "Belgian" tarots might have had in mind, in turning him right-side up (even though, unlike de Gebelin, keeping the traditional name).