The Jing of Han pyramid was finished first and the Wu of Han pyramid followed. The azimuth therefore between the Jing of Han pyramid and the Wu of Han pyramid is according to my pinpointing them using Google Earth, 251.175 degrees.
If we consider an ideal flat horizon then the geometric setting azimuth of Sirius as observed from the Jing of Han pyramid at 87 BC(end of Wu of Han rule) is 250.5 degrees and the apparent setting azimuth is around 250.9 degrees.
But I am not sure this is the only thing they had in mind.
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