Cranium 5 is one of the most important discoveries in the Sima de los Huesos, Atapuerca (Spain)    Homo heidelbergensis (400 000)    (See this fossil in Sapiens mobile app)
Homo sapiens sapiens (humano actual)
40,000 (not 32,000) years old: Lion Man sculpture. Photo: Thomas Stephan, © Ulmer Museum. New pieces of Ulm’s Lion Man sculpture have been discovered and it has been found to be much older than originally thought, at around 40,000 years. This makes it the world’s earliest figurative sculpture.
New Species of Human Ancestor Is Found in a South African Cave - The New York Times

Homo Naledi, New Species in Human Lineage, Is Found in South African Cave

Homo erectus
Homo erectus
Neanderthals had protruding facial features because of the way their bodies deposited and dealt with bone, a new study finds.

Why Humans Have Slender Faces and Neanderthals Don't

MARSEILLE The "Main Négative" (= Negative Hand) in the caves of Pech-Merle in Cabrerets (Lot - 46), Southwestern France. Together with the Cosquer Cave near Marseille, Perch-Merle is the second oldest prehistoric site with artwork known to humanity. Stencil printed on the rock wall, the Negative Hand may be esteemed as something between 17.000 and 25.000 years old.

Une autre main négative dans la même grotte

Homo ergaster (African Homo erectus): an extinct chronospecies of Homo that lived in eastern and southern Africa during early Pleistocene, between 1.8 and 1.3 million years ago; widely accepted to be the direct ancestor of later hominids