I'll go with Christ until someone shows me a better cognate to the Tarot de Marseille I World card.
Several years ago I post a picture of Fortuna from Witherspoons Emblem book on TarotL. Huck stated it was not Fortuna but Occassio, that Witherspoon had read the image wrong. I explained to Huck that no, Witherspoon had not read it wrong, as in the same book there is in fact an image of Occassio - the two in fact are very similar, the identifying differences are in the emblems they carry, Fortuna holds a crescent moon, Occassio a razor. Huck obviously didn't agree with me, as he posted the image as 'occassio' on his site, still claiming Witherspoon had it wrong.
Here I agree on the similarity, and context would strongly support the argument too, in the case of the vieville the argument is the stronger for me; in the other two instances there is the loin cloths of leafs, usually an emblem of Adam/Eve. Show me an image of Christ with a loin cloth of leafs then I will be persuaded, otherwise belief what you wish to believe, and unlike some, I will not ridicule you for what you believe, but respectfully disagree.