A similar entry appears in the Wheel of Time Companion confirming the information available in the main story arc.
Unless stated otherwise, all information herein is taken from The World of Robert Jordan's "The Wheel of Time", Chapter 10.
Author: Atarah al'Norahn
The nation of Aramaelle was located in what is now Malkier and Shienar, and was one of the two nations whose northern border actually extended into the Mountains of Dhoom. To the southwest lay Aridhol, to the northwest Jaramide, Coremanda to the southeast, and the land held by Tar Valon was located to the east.
Cities, Towns, and Villages
The capital city of Aramaelle was Mafal Dadaranell; this city was located where Fal Dara is now situated. During the construction of Mafal Dadaranell, a Waygate was constructed by the Ogier (LoC, Ch. 20).
The only other cities of Aramaelle whose names we know were Anolle'sanna, Cuebiyarsande, and Rhahime Naille.
Formation, Government, and Nobility
The nation of Aramaelle was formed sometime after the Breaking of the World. When the Compact was signed, Mabriam en Shereed, a ta'veren Aes Sedai of the Gray Ajah, was Queen of Aramaelle. Mabriam en Shereed was very instrumental in the formation of the Compact.
Before the Trolloc Wars
Before the Trolloc Wars, around 300 AB, the Sword-bard of Aramaelle, Lord Mangore Kiramin (who was also one of Caraighan Maconar's Warders), wrote a translation of the Prophecies of the Dragon into what was them called the culvar tongue (A Crown of Swords, Footer).
The Trolloc Wars
Nothing is known of Aramaelle's participation in the Trolloc Wars, except for the fact that, of course, the nation stood against the Shadow.
After the Trolloc Wars
The nation of Aramaelle fell to the Shadow sometime during the Wars. We don't know the date, only the fact that Aramaelle did not survive.
According to the maps, Rhamdashar, Elsalam, Oburun, Roemalle, and part of the nation of Tar Valon occupied the land formerly occupied by Aramaelle. Later, the land was occupied by the nations of Arafel, Shienar, and Malkier, as well as part of Kandor.