The Camel style features the representation of camels (Camelus dromedarius). The typical features of this style are the highly stylized bitriangular humans, goat herds, caravans, palm trees, and hunting or battle scenes. They are painted or engraved in a highly schematic fashion and with little representational accuracy, and their late dating has so far resulted in scarce scholarly interest. This style is traditionally associated with the so-called classic and final phases of the Garamantian culture (third century BCE to sixth century CE), but a more accurate study of the evidence might depict new scenarios of the most recent phases of the massif’s occupation.