Traveling is represented in petroglyphs by a group figure, such as a circle, square or triangle, with a line attached. The direction of travel is from the figure, not toward it.
Anthropological convention stipulates the figures below are a 'Sun' (left) and 'Half-Sun' (center), because that is what they 'look like' to modern people.
However, based upon the context of 'travel', it is more likely that the short lines in all directions represent members of the group standing with their backs together and fighting, because they are surrounded, as demonstrated by the right side graphic.
These images represent peaceful groups traveling.
However, with a point added to the group symbol, the
images represent 'war' parties traveling.
Another form of traveling is 'connections', traveling to
and from one location to another, having a mutual
relationship, speaking to someone or exchanging
plans, ideas and beliefs.
More will be added to this page as our knowledge and understanding increases.