If the radial walls were astronomically aligned, we might expect fewer of them as we approach the northern axis of alignment because in this region most of the stars are circumpolar; that is, they neither rise nor set. This is precisely what we find at Rogem Hiri. In the northern portion of the complex (azimuth zone between 325° and 35°, a span of 70° of the horizon) there is only a single radial wall. Moreover, the positioning of the radial walls results in the least efficient movement within the complex possible. Hence, their positioning cannot be understood on functional grounds, such as storage room walls, defense walls, or dividers between residential and other socio-economic related units. Finally, there is no archaeological evidence that such compartments ever were occupied or were used for storage.