By 7000 B.C. camel trains were making regular trips to distant Mesopotamia. 
Jesus born in the caravan stable of the inn.  Jesus took caravans and he led caravans himself to the Caspian Sea.  More than half of this caravan traffic passed through or near the little town of Nazareth in Galilee. 
Young Jesus spent considerable time at the caravan supply shop, and by conversing with the travelers from all parts of the world, he acquired a store of information about international affairs that was amazing, considering his age.  After Joseph’ death a Jesus’ uncle took over the family supply shop, and Jesus had to work altogether in the home shop.  Jesus bought this workshop through monthly payments that were completed in the year 19 AD, allowing a relief to the family of Nazareth. 
The children were always welcome at the repair shop. Jesus provided sand, blocks, and stones by the side of the shop, and bevies of youngsters flocked there to amuse themselves.  Jesus presented full title to James before leave to enter his public life.