They are Pivots, that's the old mold of the p10/12/14 before they switched to the FKS style turntable. Rossi had them two (they're the original Axial binding). They have (almost) a 180 degree rotation as aposed to the 360 degree rotation FKS/current Pivot bindings have in the heel. They don't have the same durability as the current FKS/Pivot mold, but DO have more durability than the current PX/Axial2 series.
Calling them Axials would be even more misleading since most people would think of the current Axial2 (which is the same as the look px series). Plus, Look never made a binding named Axial, therefore calling them Look Axials would be HIGHLY incorrect. They were, at the time, and still are called Pivots, even though there was a new mold with the same name created.