An impression of our pursuits:

Excavating (hybrid?) camel bones in Gordion, Turkey.
This link of Penn Museum provides some more clues!

Research Assistant Nynke de Boer, assisting Gary Nobles with the 3D scanning of camel bones.

Assessment and selection of the finds of the excavation at Tall Seh Hamad (Dur-Katlimmu) in the Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie of the Freie Universität Berlin. 

Research Assistant Yannic Rabou, measuring Bactrian, dromedary and hybrid camel bones.

One of the components of the project of Jebel Qurma, located in Jordan’s Black Desert, is the investigation of camel and dromedary rock depictions. The project is under the auspices of the Faculty of Archaeology of Leiden University, in close collaboration with the Department of Antiquities, Jordan.