Hikayat Iskandar Zulkarnain is a Malay epic describing fictional exploits of Iskandar Zulkarnain or Aexander the Great. The oldest existing manuscript is dated 1713, but is in a poor state. Another manuscript was copied by Muhammad Cing Sa`idullah at about 1830.
An original manuscript is located at Cod.Or.1696, Leiden University Library. A copy is located at Microfilm: NL 10975]. . [Berlin]: Orientabteilung, Preussisohe Kulturbesitz, Staatsbibliothek. Other copies available at Collected by Indonesian and Malay Section, Department of Asian Languages and Studies, Monash University as follow 
One interesting aspect of the history of Isakandar Zulkarnain is his link with the Minangkabau Kingdoms of Sumatra, Indonesia. It's rulers claimed their lineage directly from Iskandar Zulkarnain. The best known Minangkabau ruler, Adityavarman, who ruled over Sumatra between 1347 and 1374 AD claimed for himself the name Maharaja Di Raja, 'a great lord of kings.' It was William Marsten who first publicized this link at the end of the 18th century. (Early Modern History ISBN 981-3018-28-3 page 60)
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