I am Priam of Troy. No, not that Priam, he's great-great-grand descendant. I am the king of Troy from sometime between 2500 and 2350 BC--depending on what chronology you favor--what your archaeologists might call Troy II. Let me describe my city briefly:
The city is divided into an upper and lower section. The upper city is the citadel; my palace. It covers one hectare and is surrounded by a thick wall. Inside is my throne room, a megaron, 30 x 14 meters. There are also several other multi-story buildings for living area.
The lower city is somewhat larger, enclosed in a palisade wall, with one hectare covered in buildings and lots of open spaces. Merchants would stay in the lower city and hawk their wares on the grassy fields within the palisade walls.
The reason for my city's existence is the contrary winds at the Dardanelles. Traders in their 80 foot boats plied the Aegean and roved into the Black Sea. When contrary winds prevented entry, they came to Troy to wait for passage. Since many merchants were already here, more came to trade.
Commonly traded items included oil, wine, pottery, and lead ingots. Cycladean lead was often rich in silver, making it particularly valuable. From mainland SE Europe came copper, jade, and from far away Bohemia, tin. The silver, jade and tin were particularly valuable in the Middle East, so traders from Byblos and the Levant came to exchange these raw materials for valuable Middle Eastern gold and craftwork. Locally produced items include mostly cloth and pottery, intended for trade with the less civilized peoples of Europe.
The total population of the settlement is between 1000 and 2000 including both those in the citadel and below. I rule over 20 times as many on the Troad; peasants mostly, growing wheat in the Scamander valley and raising sheep in the hills.
There are no specific priests in this city. Religious rites are chthonic in nature, performed by myself or my female family members, often involving animal sacrifice in the megaron.
Given that the total floor area of buildings is approximately equal in the upper and lower cities, how many of the population sleep in the upper citadel with me, and how many sleep in the lower city below? How are these these two groups divided up?