Their possessions were too great for them to remain together; the land where they were staying could not support them both because of their livestock. (Genesis 36:7)
This passage of Scripture is referring to Jacob and Esau. It is mentioned in the account of Esau’s life. There is really little that we know about Esau, as we have come to know much more about his brother Jacob. We know that Esau gave up his birthright for a meal, he lost “the blessing”, at one point in time he wanted to kill his brother, and then later in Scripture we find out that Esau had forgiven his brother Jacob.