Huck wrote:b. it's unusual, cause this "sort of Temperance" is called Fame
c. the use of Fame indicates, that this Temperance had wings, and wings are rare for Temperance, as far I see it, for this early time
d. it had led us to think about Fama Sol or Sol Fama in the Vieville and the Belgian Tarocchi, and we found such passages for Folengo and Boiardo
But since Vieville's deck and the Belgian Tarot (I'm sure they never called it a "tarocchi") don't have wings on their "Fama Sol" card, it would seem that this correspondence with Alciato's "Fama" gives a slight edge to the interpretation that his Fama did not have wings.
In other words, his card could well have looked like Vieville's.
Part of the problem is the search for a winged Temperantia (when the other virtues are not "winged"). For the moment I found this as the earliest:
Temperanzia / Majollica Faenza 1565-75
If, as you stated above, the problem is to look for series of Cardinal Virtues where only Temperance has wings, then the majolica example is not relevant, since no other Virtue is present.
I do not recall, offhand, any examples where there is a series of Cardinal Virtues including Temperance, and only Temperance has wings (outside of the Tarot de Marseille itself, of course).
I may have to correct that statement, since Michael has long collected examples of winged Temperance, but for the moment all I can remember are series where all or most of the virtues depicted have wings as well.