John Milton loved these powerful opening words in Satan's speech so much that he reused and reworked them at least three times in his Paradise Lost.
PL 1: 315-316
. . . "Princes, Potentates,
Warriors, the flow'r of heav'n, once yours, now lost
. . .
PL 2: 11-14
"Powers and Dominions, Deities of heav'n,
For since no deep within her gulf can hold
Immortal vigor, though oppressed and fall'n,
I give not heav'n for lost. . . ."
PL 10: 460-462
"Thrones, Dominations, Princedoms, Virtues, Powers,
For in possession such, not only of right,
I call ye and declare ye now . . ."
As it will be easy to see through the following posts, the whole of Satan's speech in Gerusalemme Liberata and Conquistata will provide Milton with ideas.