Demirkazik 3756 m to Hasan Dagi 3268 m = 93 km
Demirkazik 3756 m to Erciyes 3917 m = 85 km
Hasan Dagi 3268 m to Erciyes 3917 m = 121 km
In is 1 to 1000 scale we find similar dimensions in Egyptian pyramids:
Djoser pyramid length = 121 m
Khaba Layer Pyramid width = 84 m
Sneferu Medium pyramid height = 92 m
Also, the latitude of Hasan Dagi is complementary to the slope of the Great Pyramid:
GP slope = 51.8645°
Hasan Dagi latitude = 38.1267° = 90° - 51.8733°
I look into the geodetic relationship Erciyes and the Greek mountain equivalent of the Great Pyramid, in my book:
It also includes a Hasan Dagi alignment in page 41.
But to answer your question, I don't think this is the meaning of the glyph. The glyph wants to show us that it is one tall peak protruding over a shorter but seemingly larger peak. It is this exercise in size and distance calculation that got the ancients thinking about mathematics and surveying. The observation point as I document in my book:
in Thebes. And the nice thing about this is that it is not just one mountains that has this quality it is two. They were trying to document how to build a perfect city, a city in harmony with it's environment, the neighboring mountains/hills, and where the Sun aligns to in the equinoxes and the solstices.