^^^I’d point out that the ‘covets’ are properly divided, since the underlying sins to which they are addressed, are different: avarice to goods, vs. lust to ‘wife’ (spouse).
Where as “I am the Lord Your God…you shall put no others before me” clearly covers ‘idolatry’, and ‘graven images’, since the sin in both cases isn’t just in worshiping anything in particular–it’s in not ***worshiping and revering God–as God; as the singular Omnipotent, highest authority, the First Principle, the First Cause, the Creator and Master of the universe, Our Father, etc.***.
NB: wrt ‘graven images’, that goes to reverence, as a ‘graven image’ of the Divine Omnipotent Infinite Father, seeks to reduce the divine, to the tangible; the invisible, to visible; the infinite, to finite.
It doesn’t matter if you make a statute, or a ‘graven image’, or money, or sex, or pleasure, or even another person or cause, your ‘god’–if you make anyone(s), or anything(s), your ‘god’, or a god, or gods’, and/or praise it/them as such–above, next to, or aside from GOD, you violate the First Commandment.
NB: also worth noting–the Seven Deadly Sins were first pronounced in the 4th century–St. Augustine lived in the latter 4th, into the early 5th–so he would most likely have been informed of the 7 deadly sins by the time he formulated his summary of the 10 Commandments, which probably sheds light on the context by which he viewed the Commandments.