Scraps was wondering how much she’d go for in camels if she auctioned herself off at the bedouin shuk in Be’er Sheva, so I googled it.
Not recommended. Too many women and wives wear camel-colored clothing. That said, the price in Egypt seems to be approximately 20 camels for a woman. Here it’s reported as 16, so we can guess the range is about 18+/-5. Since most of it probably depends on looks, you can value yourself accordingly.
On the other hand, one must recall that Egypt is a bargaining country, so the offer might have been low to allow for a price rise in negotiations.
Finally, as Scraps pointed out, skyrocketing prices in Egypt partially sparked the uprising there, so it’s very likely that inflation has raised your price. In Egypt you are probably worth far more by now.
It’s important not to sell yourself cheap, even if you’re desperate. So, if you’re going to have yourself sold for camels, make sure it’s at least 30.
(PS: Scraps also dug up this woman/camel calculator, but I don’t think it’s based on actual market prices. Still, it might give you a rough estimate of how you compare in the spec checklist.)