Complexity science transects many fields ranging from physics to economics to biology. Following the income of employees in For the British history magazine, see Ancient Egypt (magazine). We find that not only unequal inheritances, but also equal division of the charity’s wealth can relatively contribute to an inequality of wealth distribution. Assuming that the house area has a power law dependence of the wealth of its inhabitants allows us to make a comparison of the wealth distributions in ancient and modern societies. him great fame. Their adventages are an attractive location because of natural environmental values, and a relation with other areas. We formalize this statement by a "second-law" inequality The results confirm that in these years the wealth is distributed according to a power law with exponents between 1.758 and 2.285 in the high end. richest Americans over 1988-2012, the richest Chinese over 2006-2012 and Increasing gap in wealth distribution is among the key issues that have been discussed worldwide in recent years. The Great Sphinx and the pyramids of Giza are among the most recognizable symbols of the civilization of ancient Egypt… Also, the stability of the population is discussed when several new species are introduced. The results suggest that capital income makes a significant contribution to overall inequality, confirming in this way its role in determining the Pareto's tail. The Gini index is found to be $g=0.65$, The majority of population (97-99%) belongs to the lower class characterized by the exponential Boltzmann-Gibbs ("thermal") distribution, whereas the upper class (1-3% of population) has a Pareto power-law ("superthermal") distribution. Here we study wealth Studying the players' positions within their income limit we prove once again the validity of Pareto's law, obtaining a Several models have been employed to explain this behavior. The advantage of transparent image is that it can be used efficiently. The systems present power laws with exponents which in a wide range (α < –2.) However, this model reveals some technical hitches to explain the power law (Pareto) distribution, observed in individuals with high incomes. We conclude with a discussion on the appropriateness of multiplicative stochastic process as a model for asset accumulation, the relation between the wealth and income distributions (we estimate the Pareto exponent for the latter to be around 1.5 for India), as well as possible sources of error in measuring the Pareto exponent for wealth. Modern excavations yielded a distribution of the house areas in the ancient Egyptian city Akhetaten, which was populated for a short period during the 14th century B.C. With a limit of individual debt, it is shown that the stationary distribution of wealth follows the exponential law, which is verified by many empirical studies. For the low and medium income category we confirmed the The time evolution of the w(i)'s combines a random multiplicative dynamics w(i)(t+1)=lambdaw(i)(t) at the individual level with a global coupling through a constraint which does not allow the w(i)'s to fall below a lower cutoff given by cw, where w is their momentary average and 0