The two angled Causeways of G1 & G2, depicted by the 'V' glyph, share a mutual origin -- at a point in the so-called "workmen's barracks' -- and target the Solstices in 1250 BC (when the slant of Earth's Pole axis was 14° and the latitude of the Tropics accordingly separated by 28°).
The glyph on far right portrays the Globe's Tropic Circles. The disc next to the 'V' and halved by a centre line, corroborate such being respective of Earth's equator - emphasized as representing latitude. Flanking the three parallel lines, the orientation of the two circular inscriptions, suggest Earth's oblique slant becoming angularly opposed.
For greater context ref: Astronomical alignments of Giza article.
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