The "Eschec amoureux" of Evrart de Conty (1398) used 16 gods, starting with the planetary "Chaldean row" Saturn-Jupiter-Mars-Apollo (Sun)-Venus-Mercury-Diana (Moon) and Minerva as the 8th. Then follow 8 other gods: Juno-Neptun-Pluto-Cybele-Vulcanus-Bacchus-Aesculap-Pan.
Lazzarelli around 1470 used the Spheres row of the Mantegna Tarocchi (also in the planetary Chaldean row + the 3 additions 48-50), then followed Poetry and Music (26+27), and after them Apollo plus Muses (11-20). Minerva as Philosophy (28) plus 4 other gods (Juno-Neptune-Pluto-Victory) on chariots finished the sequence of 27 units. Interestingly the row Minerva-Juno-Neptune-Pluto was the same as Conty's row, 8 Minerva, 9 Juno,, 10 Neptune, 11 Pluto.
The "De deorum imaginibus libellus / Albrici / Reg. Lat. 1290" (c. 1400 ?) has the following pictures (+ text)
Saturnus / Jupiter - 1r
Mars / Apollo - 1v
Venus / Mercury - 2r
Diane / Minerva - 2v
Pan / Pluto - 3r
Juno / Cybele - 3v
Eolus / Janus - 4r
Vulcan / Neptun - 4v
Vesta / Orpheus - 5r
Bacchus / Aesculapius - 5v
Perseus / Heracles fights the centaurs - 5 a r
Heracles fights lion & rescues Alceste - 5 a v
Heracles robe the apple & kills the Hydra - 6r
Heracles slays Achelous & Cacus - 6v
Heracles slays Diomedes & Antheus - 7r
Heracles slays the boar & Geryon - 7v
Heracles tricks Atlas / Ceres - 8r
It also uses the planetary row + Minerva at the beginning, then follow 12 others, from which 8 also appear in Conty's selection (so Conty's system is completely included). The 4 new figures are till that Eolus, Janus, Vesta and Orpheus.
A longer passage is then dedicated to Herakles, starting with Perseus (1 picture) and finishing with Herakles (12 pictures for 12 works possibly).
Then Ceres forms the finish.
Somehow 20 figures + Perseus + Herakles + Ceres, if one counts Perseus and Herakles as "one story", it are 22 units.
All have some function for the model of the spheres, but the Michelino deck differs.