Some interesting points raised. Peter Tompa and Wayne Sayles need to watch this. She needs to do some thinking about addressed and non-addressed sources. Metal detecting in the UK (and I swear I did not ask that question)... skipped over. At the end of the talk are her reflections on ISIL and looting - I'm not sure I agree with her but worth hearing what she had to say.
British archaeologist living and working in Warsaw, Poland. Since the early 1990s (or even longer) a primary interest has been research on artefact hunting and collecting and the market in portable antiquities in the international context and their effect on the archaeological record.
"coiney" - a term I use for private collector of dug up ancient coins, particularly a member of the Moneta-L forum or the ACCG
"heap-of-artefacts-on-a-table-collecting" the term rather speaks for itself, an accumulation of loose artefacts with no attempt to link each item with documented origins. Most often used to refer to metal detectorists (ice-cream tubs-full) and ancient coin collectors (Roman coins sold in aggregated bulk lots)
"tekkie" - metal detectorist/metal detecting (a form of artefact hunting)