An example :
the man in the card 31 holds a "billet de confession". This card refers to events from 1746-1757 in France (a quarrel about the dogmatic nature of the Unigenitus papal bull).
But the man is called a Hipocrite ..
n. pl. hy·poc·ri·sies
1. The practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness.
2. An act or instance of such falseness.
That's a behavior, which appears "always", not naturally indicating a specific time.
A battle with specific locations.
As the same war reappeared around 1790, it might be naturally an actual hint of c. 1790 , which pointed to the earlier trouble of c. 1770.
3 heroes which fought against Troja appear at 63-65, which gives a war against the Ottomans in Constantinople a special view (close to old Troja). Curiously France (or the French kings) believed once to have descended from a son of Aeneas (a Trojan hero, not a Greek attacker on Troja). And France had been occasionally allied to the Ottomans.
The map is curious, not easy to explain.