What is the meaning of the Starbucks logo?

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The original Starbucks logo, conceived in 1971, was fashioned after a 15th century Norse woodcut, the image of a mythical two-tailed mermaid siren. The siren, as you may recall from Greek mythology, was an alluring and irresistible female figure, typically half-fish/half-woman (the mermaid variety).
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no one, it is (or was) supposed to be a siren like sailors put on their ships.
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According to this Reuters article it was
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The Starbucks logo is based on an old sixteenth-century Norse woodcut: a
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The Starbucks logo is a two tailed mermaid/siren called Melusine. The girl in Starbucks logo is Queen Esther, a Jewish queen, Persian Empire in Hebrew Bible.
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