Fig. 1. The three axes from north to south (lines without arrow) run parallel with the sides of the caput iocineris. The corners of the caput and the hole on the caput point to the various north and south points (lines with arrow) (adapted from van der Meer 1987, fig. 9).
Fig. 2. Catha, Fufluns, and Lethams do not occupy opposite regions. The difference is six instead of eight regions. Only when rotating the circle two regions counterclockwise do these gods reach positions opposite their former ones.